Professional Development

The powerpoint presentation is ubiquitous, but just because everybody does it doesn’t mean everybody does it well. Here are some tips to help you save your audience from "death by PowerPoint."

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April 2011

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Good Practices
Academic Integrity
Professional Development
Research

At the conclusion of the semester, after you bid goodbye to your students and submit final grades, you receive the email. Student evaluations are now available. You’ve been waiting anxiously for them.

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Teaching

An important part of conducting research is understanding the existing literature in your field.

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Navigating Graduate School
Writing
Professional Development

As the semester winds down, you may find yourself gearing up for final research papers and projects. This is a good time for a refresher on avoiding plagiarism and being an ethical writer.

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Writing
Academic Integrity

by Joan Bolker, Ed.D.

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Writing
Dissertation
Book Reviews

As a graduate student, you’ll quickly become familiar with the informative abstract, an integral component of many of the things you’ll write in your academic career—journal articles, research grants, theses and disse

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Research
Publishing
Professional Development

This activity, based on the concept of speed dating, keeps students moving, awake, and engaged; gives them a chance to get familiar with each other’s ideas on a text or topic in a short time period; warms them up for more in-depth d

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Teaching

Building Good Writing Skills

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Writing
Career Development
Transferable Skills

February 2012

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Navigating Graduate School
Grad Life
Professional Development
Research

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