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The Answer to A “Fake” Question

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This is the last post on this month’s topic of “what would you do differently in graduate school”. I believe the other bloggers have done a fantastic work of paving the way for those who have not yet started, are

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Powerful Cultural Products

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As summer approaches, a lot of sunshine are out there in nature; while in political and cultural realms, things are getting dim. Although conscientious journalists are still fighting to shed lights on this gloomy society, nowadays it is a lot

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Healthy Writing Matters

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Everybody knows about healthy eating, but how many of us care about healthy writing habits? The same as keeping your body fit, you need advice on how to maintain your writing wellness. This article is based on my recent reflections

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2 Tips on Nurturing “Baby” — Dissertation Boot Camp Reflections

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In last week’s post, Dustin offered some useful suggestions for PhD students with a baby (or babies!) to raise. While this week, I would like to start with baby in its metaphoric sense. Every Master and PhD student has a

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Alternative Treats — Dissertation Boot Camp & KCFF

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The first month of this semester flied quickly, greetings to February! This winter appears to be very tropical for Canada, which is absolutely a relief especially for the newcomers to Canada like me.But on the other hand, things have gotten

Posted in Events, Kingston, Professional Development, Uncategorized

Make Your Next Watching List: Three Handpicked Movies

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Searching for a GREAT STORY? Wanting to experience a VISUAL FEAST? Thinking about taking a BREAK from the school work? Time for a movie treat! With numerous movies being shown in the cinema, I selected three of them that I had

Posted in Events, General, Holidays, Staying Well, Student Perspective

“How Can You Find a Job with a Degree in Cultural Studies?” — A Personal Reflection on the Career Path of Grad Students in Humanities

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I have been frequently in the situations that people asked me “What kind of job are you looking for after graduation?”. That question was out of enough courtesy, because more often it could be “How can you find a job

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Notes on Today’s Career Week Workshops

Workshop: Career Planning – the versatile graduate (what is your grad story? how would you tell it to a potential employer, in an application, for networking) — For grad students, the key to finding a job: How to translate your skills

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Career Week at Queens–What’s next?

(Image from Google. http://www.queensu.ca/sgs/home) Hi Folks, Are you ready for the 3rd Annual Career Week at Queen’s? Crashing schedule of your classes and the workshops? That’s not the problem! The writers of Gradifying are going to a variety of workshops this

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