Graduate Student


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Graduate Student

 

a person preparing himself to do pedagogical or scientific work through graduate study at an institution of higher learning or an institute for scientific research and to defend a dissertation in order to receive the scholarly degree of candidate of sciences.

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In terms of net income, [the House proposal] would put most Baylor graduate students right on the poverty line," said Millay, who acknowledged that his spouse's income would soften the blow for him.
Saving for retirement is tough enough, but it's even more difficult for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who can't designate a portion of their earnings to tax-deferred accounts," said Senator Warren.
Graduate student teachers may take advantage of educational development or research support at their institutions, which may help them through the ethics application process, or to undertake ethical SoTL research.
Graduate Student Tutorials and the Graduate Coordinator's Role: As we developed this new spectrum of graduate programming, we were soldiering on with tutorials in the same ways that we always had.
There are lots of ways for graduate student members of AMHCA to be meaningfully involved in the work the association does to advance our profession.
Moreover, cultural variables may have an influence over the amount of time a female graduate student can spend in various roles (Leyva, 2011).
These stakeholders were more likely to discuss graduate student teaching in a way that often included graduate students serving as teaching assistants.
This study utilized self-determination theory and its sub-theory, organismic integration theory (OIT), which examines how extrinsically-motivated behaviors are regulated, to understand graduate student instructors' motivation to use service-learning as well as their plans to continue to use it in the future.
This makes them well equipped to support graduate students in identifying and securing opportunities that will support their successful transition into the workforce.
In their study, Lovitts and Nelson (2000) concluded that the single most contributing factor to graduate student retention was directly related to the relationship with the faculty advisor.
Many of the other narratives in the collection such as Michael Mattison's letter to himself as a beginning graduate student, "Just Between Me and Me," and center director Leigh Ryan and former administrative mentee Lisa Zimmerelli's joint narrative, "Mentoring Graduate Students as Assistant Directors," describe both positive and negative aspects of the blended identities of graduate administrators.
As a graduate student, I find all the chapters are interesting and informative, but some chapters (1, 2, 3, and 8) give a better introduction into the field and discussion, which I view as the greatest benefit the book offers to graduate students.

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