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Monthly Archives: January 2013

Job Searching and Finding The Right “Fit”

For many of us grad students, this winter season has been consumed by a very important task: the job search. We’ve made it through coursework, projects, papers, and presentations. Data has been collected, analyzed, and shared, and a new academic

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THATCamp Update: Registration Deadline Extended till Feb 3!

Here’s an update that’ll make you a happy camper: The registration deadline for THATCamp QueensU 2013 has been extended to February 3rd. THATCamp stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp.” This unconference, which will be held February 9th in Douglas Library, is open to

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What’s THATCamp?

It’s a double header this week with another fantastic guest post about an opportunity you’re going to want to jump on fast. From the Organizers of THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camps) QueensU2013: The ‘Digital Humanities’ are receiving increasing attention

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Curiosity Driven’s Roz Dakin asks: What will you have to take with you?

We’ve got a great guest post to bring you and it talks about a time-sensitive opportunity that’s so good, we’re posting off schedule. What will you have to take with you? By Roz Dakin As an about-to-finish PhD student, it’s

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Science and Storytelling

A short post today, as I know everyone is busy, and the time you spend reading could be better spent listening to me in the YouTube video above I was fortunate enough to speak at TEDxQueensu last semester. For those

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New Year’s Resolution: Get Involved!

Gradifying’s first post back from the winter break is a timely one for any of you who are thinking of the new calendar year and the new semester as the time for fresh starts. Amanda Tracey, PhD Candidate in the

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