Monthly Archives: October 2012

Guest Post: PSAC 901 or the TA/TF Union

This week Gradifying’s got a guest post from some students involved with the TA/TF Union. Thanks to Atif and the folks working with the union for bringing us a great piece that demystifies yet another grad school acronym. The Public

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Posted in New Students

Mind Your (Mental) Health

We are well into the fall term and so far you might have “hit the wall”, struggled through funding applications, adjusted to a new environment, received your first marks of the term, or even searched (or is still searching) for

Posted in Uncategorized

Applying For Funding: Big Bang Theory GIFs and The Joy of Personal Statements

Applying for funding is a tough, but necessary, part of the graduate school experience. But luckily, I’m going to be writing about it in my post today, with GIFs from The Big Bang Theory! If you hope to continue in

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Posted in Finances, New Students, Thesis

Gradifying Updates, Midterms, and Expanding (Your) Horizons

Like mother superior, I may have jumped the gun – while you haven’t got the SGPS posts I baited you with, but you can look forward to some guest contributions soon. Atif will be bringing you a post that responds

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