Playing the Game

Playing the Game
Title Playing the Game PDF eBook
Author Fredrick Ulster Frank
Publisher iUniverse
Pages 257
Release 2004
Genre Universities and colleges
ISBN 0595304869

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"This book is lewd, rude and superb! Frank and Stein have written the first guide to grad school from a student's point of view; and the result is an irreverent, humorous and USEFUL book of advice. These foul-mouthed sages will help you get through a master's or doctoral program more quickly, with fewer blunders and less angst. I plan to recommend this book to all the graduate students I coach and teach." -Mary McKinney, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist and Dissertation Coach http://www.successfulacademic.com Yes, sports fans!, er, grad school fans Bad boys Fred and Karl are back with an updated version of their best selling self-help guide for grad students. This New and/or Improved Version is stocked with additional content, more lame attempts at humor, and a lower price (Karl threatened to moon the publisher unless his demands were met). Written with the attitude of a couple ill-mannered schoolboys who exhibit the insight and genius of the Ph.D.'s who wrote it, Playing the Game simplifies even the most complex aspects of grad school. Authors Frank and Stein have broken down Playing The Game into three hilarious and straightforward sections: Getting In, Getting Through, and Getting the Hell Out. In whatever stage of graduate school you find yourself, rest assured that you will never again grumble, "If only I had known! If only someone had explained this @%#! to me sooner!" Playing the Game simplifies the entire graduate school experience while imparting comically relevant stories and translating complicated graduate school jargon. This self-help guide helps grad students to comprehensively navigate their graduate school journey from application to matriculation. Unlike most of the material you'll be reading in grad school, Playing the Game is actually intelligible. www.playing-the-game.com




Men's Health

Men's Health
Title Men's Health PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 158
Release 2007-01
Genre
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Men's Health magazine contains daily tips and articles on fitness, nutrition, relationships, sex, career and lifestyle.




Is Graduate School Really for You?

Is Graduate School Really for You?
Title Is Graduate School Really for You? PDF eBook
Author Amanda I. Seligman
Publisher JHU Press
Pages 184
Release 2012-01-20
Genre Education
ISBN 1421404605

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Landing a job in today's academic job market is no easy feat. Is graduate school the answer? This informed and candid book provides anyone thinking about pursuing an advanced degree—and those who support them—with the inside scoop on what to expect in graduate school. Amanda I. Seligman helps potential students navigate graduate study—not just how to get in but how to succeed once you are there and what to expect when you leave. She weighs the pros and cons of attending graduate school against achieving a sustainable work-life balance and explains the application process, the culture of graduate school, and employment prospects for academics. This book guides readers through the ins and outs of graduate school, and no topic is off limits, including ? qualifications and admission guidelines? financial aid and graduate stipends? meeting expectations and residency requirements? coursework, theses, and dissertations? degrees, jobs, and academic careers? tenure, research, and peer review? social life (will you still have one?) Written in a question-and-answer format, Is Graduate School Really for You? eliminates the guesswork. Whether you are considering applying to graduate school, already enrolled, or would simply like to know more about continuing your education, this is the book for you.




Graduate Study for the Twenty-First Century

Graduate Study for the Twenty-First Century
Title Graduate Study for the Twenty-First Century PDF eBook
Author G. Semenza
Publisher Springer
Pages 340
Release 2010-03-01
Genre Education
ISBN 0230105807

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In a straightforward manner, Semenza identifies the obstacles along the path of the academic career and offers tangible advice. Fully revised and updated, this edition's new material on advising, electronic publishing, and the post-financial crisis humanities job market will help students negotiate the changing landscape of academia.




Grad School Essentials

Grad School Essentials
Title Grad School Essentials PDF eBook
Author Zachary Shore
Publisher Univ of California Press
Pages 156
Release 2016-01-05
Genre Education
ISBN 0520288297

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WhatÕs the hardest part of grad school? ItÕs not simply that the workload is heavy and the demands are high. ItÕs that too many students lack efficient methods to let them do their best. Professor Zachary Shore aims to change this. With humorous, lively prose, Professor Shore teaches you to master the five most crucial skills you need to succeed: how to read, write, speak, act, and research at a higher level. Each chapter in this no-nonsense guide outlines a unique approach to acquiring a skill and then demonstrates how to enhance it. Through these concrete, practical methods, Grad School Essentials will save you time, elevate the quality of your work, and help you to earn the degree you seek.




Dirty Secrets of a Writers Group

Dirty Secrets of a Writers Group
Title Dirty Secrets of a Writers Group PDF eBook
Author George Mindling
Publisher Lulu.com
Pages 78
Release 2019-12-21
Genre Performing Arts
ISBN 1794706445

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An informal, personal guide, describing types and functions of various writers groups, developed from over ten years of attending and leading writers groups in southwest Florida.




Surviving Graduate School in Psychology

Surviving Graduate School in Psychology
Title Surviving Graduate School in Psychology PDF eBook
Author Tara L. Kuther
Publisher American Psychological Association (APA)
Pages 292
Release 2008
Genre Psychology
ISBN

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What happens after you've been accepted into a psychology graduate program? How can you best prepare for the challenges ahead and make the most of your graduate school career?In ""Surviving Graduate School in Psychology: A Pocket Mentor"", author Tara L. Kuther offers her considerable knowledge and skills to help you master the complexities of graduate school and realize your goals.Kuther, a leading authority in professional and academic development, provides pragmatic, step-by-step advice for new graduate students on such essential topics as: managing your money; adapting to unspoken rules; navigating departmental politics; understanding how and where learning takes place; maintaining personal and professional relationships; thriving in practicum and internships; and, developing an identity as a psychologist.This ""pocket mentor"" will oversee your journey and provide authoritative encouragement as you change from a new student to a confident professional ready to contribute to the world through basic or applied research, academic appointments, or clinical work.This invaluable resource is enriched with handy tips, checklists, practice interview questions, teaching guidelines, dissertation strategies, sample CVs, and other practical visual aids.