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Category Archives: Grad School
While trawling the internet recently, I was directed to a post on SEAC underground, a southeastern archaeology blog jointly authored by a number of graduate students and junior faculty. One of its authors was perplexed by the results of a … Continue reading
Training in graduate student instruction covers a multitude of topics: how to encourage an inclusive pedagogical atmosphere, how to facilitate discussions of socially controversial topics (which sadly, in this country, include the theory of evolution) and how to avoid having inappropriate … Continue reading
When I was applying to graduate school, I wish that someone had told me that it helps to either: (a) have an extensive command of the intricacies of office software, or (b) have a close friend who is an office … Continue reading
I’m about to enter Week 10 of data collection here in Spain, and over the past month or so I’ve started to notice some unsettling trends. I wear variations on the same two “nice-ish” outfits to the museum every day, … Continue reading