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Make Group Work, Work

Unlike many of the Master’s programs at Queen’s, my program, Urban and Regional Planning, is primarily course-based. We learn to apply our skills to “real-world context” which essentially boils down to lots of group work! This semester, my cohort has

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Managing RAs: Helping Them Help You

At Gradifying we try to reach everyone on our topics. This month there have been different variations on the theme of the supervisor-supervisee relationship and congeniality, and how to hone it so that it works for you. I’m going to

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TA’ing: Unspoken Skills

I’m not going to echo my colleagues who have lost hope that the summer is going to last forever. I know there are at least some of you that believe, like me, that this is the first never-ending summer. I

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