Graduate school is stressful, and some incoming students struggle with anxiety and panic when teaching or speaking publicly. Here are some tips for managing and overcoming anxiety as a graduate student.
Any history dissertation requires support, particularly financial support. This resource list includes dissertation research grants, dissertation completion fellowships, and dissertation prizes that are available in a variety of regional and thematic subfields.
You received a postdoc, which means that—depending on the postdoc—you have the rare opportunity to direct your energies towards your own research and writing without the responsibilities that come with being a faculty member and with (hopefully) more resources than you had as a graduate student. So, how do you make the most of your postdoc?
Entering graduate school can be daunting for any new student, especially for those who have a disability. However, with self-advocacy and some strategizing, graduate students with disabilities can succeed.
Attending a conference as the only grad student from your department can be lonely, but there are ways to make the most of the experience. Here are some ideas to make conferences more positive.
Grad school demands can be overwhelming and it can be challenging to get involved in department service opportunities. Here are some tips for how to select committee assignments and why service is so important.
Ever get that feeling that you have so many things on your to-do list that you can’t do well at any one of them? Grad school is riddled with these moments and, darn it, they are frustrating! Today alone you are probably juggling a host of demands and to-dos: read a book for seminar, review... Continue Reading →
When I googled how to survive a graduate seminar, I found a zillion different websites with a zillion different opinions. I realized that I could spend my entire graduate career reading tips on how to survive graduate seminars and graduate school more broadly. And there would still be more to read out there! But here’s... Continue Reading →
Chicago Manual Style Citation for the Book or Article, for example: Leslie J. Reagan, Dangerous Pregnancies: Mothers, Disabilities, and Abortion in Modern America (Berkley: University of California Press, 2010). Book’s Thesis: (include page number where it is stated) Sources: Research Question: (include page number where it is stated) Methodology: Historiographical Intervention: (include page number where... Continue Reading →
By Sarah King & Tiffany Baugh-Helton As part of our sub-series “Getting along in Grad School,” today we’re looking at how to sustain friendships as a grad student. Look for forthcoming articles in this series, “Getting Involved as a New Grad Student,” and “Creating a Cohort.” Graduate school offers a rare opportunity to forge friendships... Continue Reading →