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Tues., January 8, 2019

In addition to the Graduate Connections blog, there are a lot of great blogs and resources for graduate students and those who support them. Read on to learn about some of our top picks.
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Tues., December 11

At the end of each semester, we like to take some time to celebrate the accomplishments or our Office and our talented graduate students. Read on to learn more about the great work being done at UNL.
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Tues., November 27

Whether you are looking for an internship or navigating the U.S. job market for work after you graduate, it can be a little confusing to figure out how to find work in the U.S. The first step should be knowing your resources and the regulations.
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Tues., November 13

If you're applying for faculty jobs, you may have been asked to provide a diversity statement. This article will help you think about and draft your diversity statement.
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"bundstifte / colored-pencils" by Anka Albrecht | CC BY 2.0

Tues., October 30

College classrooms are increasingly diverse places. Instructors need to consider all the diversity in their classroom to ensure that all students are able to participate equitably in your class.
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Tues., October 16

When UNL joined the Big Ten several years ago, we also became part of the Big Ten Academic Alliance. Learn how this group can help you succeed.
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"my new toy" by Veronica Aguilar | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Tues., October 3, 2018

An increasing number of graduate students express interest in non-academic careers (careers other than faculty positions). Learning where to find these jobs can be the biggest challenge for graduate students.
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"WoPhy2011" by Jonathan Reyes | CC BY-NC 2.0

Tues., September 18

In many fields in STEM, women are underrepresented in graduate school and beyond. A number of resources exist at both the institutional and national level to provide professional, financial, and emotional support to help women succeed in STEM fields.
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Tues., September 4

Teaching is more than providing information to your students. This article provides some great tools for ways to use technology in your classroom.
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Tues., August 21

At New Student Orientation this year, Dr. Carr (Dean of Graduate Education) shared important information for all graduate students about their responsibilities as students. These remarks are transcribed and condensed from his comments.

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