Getting smart on college, grad school, and professional development
Are you passionate about combatting human trafficking—and wondering if you could turn it into a career? In this mini-series, learn about the career paths of three women who work to end modern-day slavery around the world.
If you’re a looking to make the most of 2013, make one of these common new year’s resolutions—with a grad student twist.
Does the shimmery holiday season leave you longing for a Parisian vacation? Take a look at these French-themed books that will have you saying au revoir to your regular commute and bonjour to a relaxing sojourn in the City of Light.
Ending a sentence with a preposition isn’t actually wrong—it’s just that everyone thinks it is. Grammar Girl weighs in on this and other common “rules” that are totally baseless (and why you should probably follow them anyway).
This week, check out a new spiritual guide from the funny Anne Lamott, the most recent reading list from super librarian Nancy Pearl, a forthcoming novel from scholar Sarah Churchwell, and an old favorite from the rebellious film icon Louise Brooks.
We know—even the best students usually have to hustle at the end of the semester to prepare for exams. But before you hit the books, review these study secrets that’ll maximize your cramming efforts and help you stay sane, too.