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Making the Most out of Summer During Graduate School

Summer is here and your instinct might be to kick back and relax and do as little work as possible on your thesis or dissertation – after all, you want to actually enjoy your summer, right? Well…yes and no. While it’s true that summer can be a great time to recharge after a […]

Podcasts for Math, Statistics, and Data Analysis

Do you listen to podcasts? Do you want to learn more about math or statistics? This post is for you! It’s also for those of you who may not necessarily love statistics and numbers (hey, it’s not for everyone), but want to learn more or need some clarification. Sometimes things that are difficult for […]

Summer Reading: Books and Workbooks on Academic Writing

Summer is a great time to work on any challenges you might have with writing, especially academic writing. If you’re near campus, many campus writing centers have summer hours where you can work with a writing tutor or participate in writing workshops. If you’re not near campus or do your program online, you can […]

Basics of Submitting to Academic Journals

Summer is a great time to start thinking about submitting to journals for publication. You might be working with a professor on research, have you dissertation, or other paper, completed that shows some promise, or you finally have time to finesse that article you’ve been working on. Publishing is great for your CV or […]

The Importance of Fact-Checking and Understanding Your Research

Recently, the author Naomi Wolf learned – on-air, no less – that a major premise of her book is based on a misunderstanding. Her book Outrages: Sex, Censorship, and the Criminalization of Love says that men were executed for sodomy – her understanding of the 19th-century English legal term “death recorded.” It does […]

Great Podcasts for Graduate Students

There are all sorts of tools to help you with your graduate school journey: books, websites, blogs, and…podcasts? Yup, podcasts! For those of you who love being able to listen to podcasts while at the gym, on your commute, or while you’re relaxing, now you can listen to a podcast that will help you […]

Tips to Deal with Graduation Blues

Congratulations! You worked hard, persevered, and graduated from college or graduate school. This should be one of the happiest times of your life, right? For many graduates, once the immediate graduation and all is festivities pass, a creeping depression can occur. Post-grad blues, sadness, anxiety – whatever you want to call it, extreme sadness […]

Graduation Gift Ideas

It’s that time of year again: graduation! If you have a friend or loved one graduating college or graduate school, but don’t know what to get them, look no further – Dissertation Editor has got your back. We’ve put together some fun and practical gifts for the newly minted graduate that won’t break […]

Organizing Your Home Workspace for Success

As a grad student who is potentially also juggling full-time work and family obligations, needing a “room of your own,” to paraphrase Virginia Woolf, can be vital to your school and/or work success. A space specifically designated for your work, writing, and studying can help you stay organized and provide the space you need […]

Star Wars Quotes to Inspire You with Your Dissertation

It’s Star Wars day!!! May the Fourth be with you! We are big Star Wars fans here at Dissertation Editor and wanted to share some of our favorite quotes from a galaxy far, far away with you. But these aren’t just random Star Wars quotes (although those are great, too): these are quotes […]

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