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Five steps to a successful co-op application

One great way to gain practical research experience as an undergrad is through work in a real-world research setting for a couple of months as part of your degree. Landing that ideal position might seem like a challenge, but here we provide five steps for a successful co-op application.

Who to talk to about switching advisors?

Switching advisors can seem like a really daunting process, and will elicit all kinds of advice from different people, with different perspectives.

10 Steps to an Effective Thesis Writing Strategy

Thesis writing is though but with the right strategy you can set yourself up for success.

Writing Tools: Scrivener and Scapple

At some point during writing my PhD dissertation, I had about 500 different Word documents dedicated to it. Chapters and manuscripts, pieces...

3 Cures for Thesis Writing Procrastination

Dealing with procrastination can be though, but there are a couple of tricks that may help get you back on track with your thesis, article, abstract, or proposal writing.

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Interview with Bex Nitert – Managing Consultant of Digital Forensics and Incident Response

Bex Nitert works at Paraflare cyber security in the Greater Perth Area, Australia. We asked her about her job, her career path, and her experiences as a woman in the STEM field.
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Five steps to a successful co-op application

One great way to gain practical research experience as an undergrad is through work in a real-world research setting for a couple of months as part of your degree. Landing that ideal position might seem like a challenge, but here we provide five steps for a successful co-op application.

Who to talk to about switching advisors?

Switching advisors can seem like a really daunting process, and will elicit all kinds of advice from different people, with different perspectives.

When Biology Knowledge Isn’t Enough: Losing a baby mid-semester as a genetics professor

It might be tempting to think that because I understood the biology of what happened that my grief was less. But it was not.