Creating a Professional Online Presence

Social Networking has changed the way we communicate, not just with friends and acquaintances, but with colleagues and potential employers.

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Navigating Graduate School
Career Development
Networking

Treating Graduate School Like a Career

Graduate school is an investment. Not just an investment in your education but in your future career as well. Thinking about graduate school as the beginning of your career will help you prioritize your time and set professional goals as you move towards commencement.
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Navigating Graduate School
Grad Life

Time Management: How to Plan for a Successful Semester

As a graduate student, you have a number of responsibilities. Perhaps you’re teaching this semester, working in a lab, meeting with your advisor, or taking a number of classes, and you have a personal life.

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Navigating Graduate School
Grad Life

The Teaching Portfolio: A Practical Guide to Improved Performance and Promotion/Tenure Decisions

By Peter Seldin, J. Elizabeth Miller, and Clement A. Seldin

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Book Reviews

Ending Your Sentences with Emphasis

Writing about scientific or technical subject matter is tough enough– but reading about it is no walk in the park, either. As writers, we have an obligation to make the reading process as easy as possible for readers.

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Professional Development
Writing

How to Tell if a New Strategy is Working

The concept of "getting better" implies doing something different, and that the "something different" is "better" in some way.

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Professional Development
Teaching

Make Writing Easier: Train Like an Athlete

Whether writing a thesis, dissertation, an article for publication, the process itself can seem daunting.

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Professional Development
Writing

Reaching Students Outside the Classroom

To the current generation of undergraduate students, email seems old fashioned. Sometimes faculty can be hesitant to use email, let alone send a text message or use Facebook. So is it possible to meet in the middle?

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Professional Development
Teaching

Getting to Know the UNL Ethics Center

The Robert J. Kutak Center for the Teaching Study of Applied Ethics, founded in 1985, promotes academic integrity and ethics across disciplines at UNL.

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Good Practices
Academic Integrity
Events

Interview with Dr. Daniel Wueste

We had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Daniel Wueste, this year’s keynote speaker for Academic Integrity Week, and Director of the Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University.

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Good Practices
Academic Integrity

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