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Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
 
This podcast is perfect for anyone in graduate school working on a doctorate, or maybe you're thinking about going back to school. Here, we talk about graduate degrees and living very real lives. Now, I am the "APA Queen." So, yes, we will talk about the journey of tackling graduate writing successfully, but we also talk about real-world issues that sometimes make the journey feel impossible. This show will help you navigate the terrains as a doctoral student, and I share gems as an editor, ...
 
A podcast for grad students, by grad students. Two applied social psychology PhD students have casual conversations about issues relevant to graduate students in psychology and beyond. This is Grad School aims to provide a place for grad students to decompress, process, and discuss the real experiences graduate students have, both positive and negative.
 
As I started to live life as an adult, I realized that I had been taught some pretty useless (to me) things in school. I found myself feeling ill-equipped to manage my own self, move through setbacks and adapt to changes. My journey to filling the knowledge gaps began when I lost my mother to breast cancer in 2017 and I realized that MOST of my educational career had been a means to an end, even grad school. I have heard that "When you know better, you do better", but what if you are stuck i ...
 
That High School Life is a podcast about, you guessed it, high school. It's hosted by Joe Ticar, a high school teacher at an international school in Germany. Guests on this podcast include a variety of interesting characters: Students, professionals, teachers, professional students, student teachers. Each episode takes a look at different topics surrounding the adventure that is high school: Life abroad as an expat teacher, learning in the International Baccalaureate curriculum, interesting ...
 
The Eastern Kentucky University School of Business: 5Q Series is a way to get to know our colleagues, our students, our graduates and all of our Friends of EKU Business. We have a chance to hear from people who believe in EKU, from people who have a dream and find a way to realize that dream, and to hear from seasoned business professionals. And with this opportunity, we want to engage both our students and our future students, and all of our stakeholders, to give some insight on what goes o ...
 
This podcast lifts the veil on all topics related to STEM in academia: research, teaching, writing, speaking, and other professional topics. Darren Lipomi is a professor of nanoengineering, chemical engineering, and materials science at UC San Diego. He obtained his PhD in chemistry from Harvard in 2010 (w/ George Whitesides) and was a postdoc at Stanford in chemical engineering from '10-'12 (w/ Zhenan Bao). He is a recipient of the PECASE and became full professor in 2019. Thanks to NSF CBE ...
 
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Ever have a project that didn't quite go as you expect? Yeah, us too. Practically the only guarantee in research is that if something can go wrong...something will go wrong. In this episode, Anna and I discuss the confessions of grad students who were involved in projects that seemed to be riddled with roadblocks, barred with ethical issues, and in…
 
Today's episode is quick but informative! If your literature review is in the works, make sure it doesn't sound like a diary or novel. Yikes! Also, here's three resources that will be extremely helpful. 1. Writing a Successful Thesis or Dissertation: Tips and Strategies for Students in the Social and Behavioral Sciences 1st Edition by Fred C. Lunen…
 
-This week is about soul, as we sit down with Neal Sugarman. You may know him as a member of Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings. You may know him from his playing on records by Amy Winehouse. Or maybe you heard this one song he played on- "Uptown Funk?" No matter how you know him, Neal is a fascinating guy; on top of his playing, he's been spreading th…
 
"I know there's always rooting before blossoming." - Tracy G. This affirmation is a whole word, which inspired this week's episode on setting your goals. If you're a scholar, rooting is the planning and blossoming is the goal achieved. That goal could be a paper, a research project, building your network, etc. Setting a goal in our heads may be as …
 
Are you worried that homeschooling might limit your student’s opportunities for sports? Join HSLDA President Mike Smith, Jeff Roberts (president of the Homeschool World Series Association) and HWSA Alumni Micah Davis for a great conversation all about baseball options for homeschoolers!Av HSLDA
 
WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. Preparing for a presentation can be stressful. Presenting as part of a competition is stressful too. Having your presentation changed right before you go out is even more stressful. Realizing you forgot your memorized speech right in the middle? Only one word really sums that up. In this bite-size confessional, Anna and …
 
Do you have questions about homeschooling a child with special needs? Join HSLDA Special Needs Consultants, Rochelle Matthews-Somerville and Krisa Winn as they help answer your questions as well as offer encouragement and practical tips on your homeschool journey! Questions covered include: -- How do I create a Student Education Plan (SEP) for my c…
 
Teaching assistants: they mark, they proctor, they email, they cry, they organize, they teach, they cry, they get yelled at, and they cry. In this grad school confessional, Anna and I discuss the confessions of current and former grad student TAs who overestimated their confidence in a topic, resisted coercion for marks, and fielded some awkward ad…
 
Hi guys, today's episode is all about how to get most bang for your buck when it comes to your dissertation chair. These (5) tips have changed the feedback game for my clients! Trust me. You need this information. 1. Be prepared. 2. Ask the right questions. 3. Follow up with a recap email. 4. Do what they ask of you. 5. Remember, they work for the …
 
Ever have the jitters or nerves before giving a lecture? Even if you stumble on a few words, you probably won't have something like this confession happen to you - especially after hearing it. In this bite-size confessional, Anna and I discuss the story of a former grad student who probably wishes they'd "spit it out" before lecturing. Support our …
 
Guitarist Keith Howland has been playing in the legendary band Chicago for over 25 years and it's been a journey that's taken him all over the world, and allowed him to play with some great musicians every night. We talked with Keith about Chicago's new tour, which just got started, how you claim your bunk on the tour bus, and the perils of hotel f…
 
In this episode, I discuss the reasons why science and engineering professors always seem to be on the road, including the good and bad aspects. For example, the joy and excitement of meeting old friends in new places and sharing scientific discoveries, as well as the sacrifices that one makes in terms of time with one's students and family. I'll a…
 
In this episode, Anna and I discuss academic supervisor struggles in grad school and share the confessions of grad students who have trouble with their supervisor's name, have "worked" alongside tyrannical supervisors, and have thoughts on the traits of the ideal supervisor. Support our podcast and enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card! You can ente…
 
In this bite-size confessional, Anna and I discuss the confession of a grad student whose miscommunication with a participant leads to a bit of a wardrobe malfunction.If you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous link (https://forms.gle/jfGHFwDfSZ67ce7r8) or email us at thegradschoolconfessional@gmail.com.…
 
Look, today's Q & A's are mind-blowing!!! Seriously! I come out slugging, but I also have great answers for you. Today, I tackle four questions we got, and they are home runs! 1. What do you do if you want to change your dissertation title after IRB approval? 2. When should you get a dissertation editor or coach? 3. What should you do and expect if…
 
Kurt Deimer is the living embodiment of the idea that you should never give up on your dreams and you are never too old to rock n roll. We talked with Kurt prior to his heading out on tour with Phil X on guitar (and opening for Geoff Tate). The tour starts tonight! For more information & tour dates check out Kurt's website.…
 
Do you have questions about homeschooling through high school? Join Anita Gibson and Carol Becker, HSLDA High School Consultants, as they answer your questions as well as offer encouragement and practical tips for your homeschool journey! Questions covered include: -- How do you prepare high school transcripts? -- What are the pros and cons of usin…
 
In this episode, Anna and I discuss money (or the lack thereof) in grad school and share the confessions of grad students who put off dental emergencies, have to work three jobs to make ends meet, and are fed up with the university business model. If you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous link (https://forms.gle/jfGHF…
 
You have to ask better questions to get better results doc students. It's time for some of you to look for a dissertation coach and an editor. In today's episode, I will help you avoid online scams and tons of frustration! It's all about the quality of our questions. Let's take a listen.Av Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
Alyssa Coco and Matt Merritt (better known as Roses & Revolutions) have been making music together for years now. On top of their own work, they're also collaborators with names you know. We talked with Alyssa and Matt from their new home recording studio in anticipation of their new EP Midnight Monsters, which is available October 1st. For more in…
 
Moving to a new city can be hard, so is finding a place with all your personal comforts. Don’t worry though, Allanté’s got your back! Preparation is your friend so the first step is getting ahead of the curve and really understanding your needs and wants. Listen in this week for the 6 critical steps to success as you prepare to step forward into yo…
 
In this episode, Anna and I discuss stress in grad school and share the confessions of grad students stressed over juggling parenthood, dealing with substance abuse, and feeling isolated. If you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous link (https://forms.gle/jfGHFwDfSZ67ce7r8) or email us at thegradschoolconfessional@gmail…
 
This week, we talked with music and film critic Lesley Chow about her new book, "You're History: The 12 Strangest Women in Music." Why don't women get the acknowledgement they deserve for their work? And why is pop music so overlooked. And, of course, we pay tribute to the great Charlie Watts. For more information on Lesley, check her out on Twitte…
 
Another week on the short stories from the 50s and 60s! This week it's "Chike's School Days," "The Sacrificial Egg," and "Akueke." If you like stories in which nothing really happens, then this is the podcast for you! Sincere apologies for the slightly tinny sound in spots -- somebody stepped on an egg, and there was a problem with Gerry's mic that…
 
Got questions about homeschooling in middle school? Join Heather Frommack (HSLDA Director of Outreach and Consulting Services) and Natalie Mack (High School Consultant) as they answer questions about homeschooling in 6th through 8th grade. Questions covered include: -- How do you choose a curriculum without becoming overwhelmed? -- What is the diff…
 
In this episode, Anna and I share some new grad student confessions about ethics applications woes, being in the wrong place at the right time, and supervisor struggles. If you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous link (https://forms.gle/jfGHFwDfSZ67ce7r8) or email us at thegradschoolconfessional@gmail.com.…
 
If you’re used to using social media solely for your personal enjoyment with memes, quotes and the like, it’s a different ballgame when it comes to using it as a rising thought leader (that’s you!). This episode explores some of the ways you can navigate the Twitterverse, with some practical tips on handling clapbacks and finding your community. Li…
 
Most graduate students are so excited to be accepted into their program that little thought is given to what it actually entails. Today's episode dives into the nuances of graduate programs that is rarely discussed openly. Politics. The people, process, and the paper. Take a listen!Av Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
With melodies and harmonies evoking some of the best writers in pop music, Peter Block and his band Porter Block have been telling stories about the not-so-simple aspects of life in what you might call ‘middle-aged symphonies to God.’ Porter Block’s new record, Cleaning Up the Living Room is available now. For more information, check them out on Fa…
 
On this week's not-exactly-a-mini-episode, Gerry and Aaron talk about two of Achebe's early short stories, "Dead Man's Path" and "Marriage Is A Private Affair," while also looking forward and backward to Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease and forward to Arrow of God. Along the way they somehow find time to talk about Kurt Vonnegut, Octavia But…
 
Have you been frustrated by the lack of support you've gotten in your doctoral or graduate program? Well, I hate to break the news, but it's only going to get worse because graduate school has become "big business!" Unfortunately, the customer service is horrible! But fret not, my graduate friend! I have you covered on today's episode with some way…
 
This week, we got to talk with the great Arthur Hanlon about his new album, which is also a new special on HBO Max. Piano y Mujer is a celebration of latin music, as Arthur teams up with producer Motiff and five of the best female singers to reinterpret some classics. (We also got Arthur to play for us a little... always a nice bonus.) For more inf…
 
Got questions about homeschooling in the early years? Join Rochelle Matthews-Somerville (HSLDA High School and Special Needs Consultant) and Krisa Winn (HSLDA Special Needs Consultant) as they answer questions about homeschooling in Pre-K through 5th grade. Questions covered include: -- Should I hold my kid back a grade? What about skipping grades?…
 
This week we're heading on down to the drive-in with John Brennan. John's best known for his role as the music guy on The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs, but he's written far more music than one show can contain. (But it's all great for your run-on-the-mill mutant.) On top of his work with Troma, John's got a solo album that just came out called…
 
Issa Rewind! Enjoy a quick update from Allanté and a list of communities to support you along your journey. Grad School doesn’t usually come with a course on how to navigate all the things that come along with it. These things are often described as the “hidden curriculum” — things you’re just expected to know or somehow learn on your own—or else. …
 
This is a common question we get from all students, but especially new candidates. On today's episode we are gearing up for the fall semester and I'm giving you the ins and outs of both options. This episode is full of information. I even share price information! Check it out.Av Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
Generations have fallen in love to the music of this week's guest. As one half of the popular duo Air Supply, Graham Russell has written some of the most romantic songs of all time, and brought that music to audiences around the world. Air Supply is currently on tour and selling out arenas around the world. For more information, you can check out t…
 
Joshua Radin's music comes from deep inside. His songs feel secret and whispered, shared with listeners looking for a connection. Joshua's new record The Ghost and the Wall is another fascinating study, written and recorded in the time of Covid. We talked with Joshua about his writing process, his recording process and where he goes from here. For …
 
This is a highly personal, idiosyncratic, unrehearsed talk I gave to my own research group on scientific publication and peer review, when I was on the verge of 100 papers. I hesitated a long time in posting this, but I think it accurately represents my thinking on society vs. for-profit journals, the value-add of publishing, the harm done by carel…
 
If you are a military spouse or parent and are also homeschooling your children, you know there are unique challenges to relocating your family when duty calls. Join Natalie Mack and Beverly Jacobson (retired Air Force wife, Trisomy Advocate, and mom to nine) for a conversation about finding connection even through the ups and downs of relocating a…
 
This is the full version of my thoughts on choosing a grad school and a PI/lab. I gave this talk for the American Chemical Society East Bay California Section and the American Women in Science virtual seminar series, and the organizer was kind enough to let me repost my side of the presentation, here. The Q&A topics are as follows: 26:56 If the cha…
 
We can no longer write a dissertation like it's one more thing to do as part of our program. It's a project that impacts that might impact the lives of others later. Today's episode talks about the responsibility you have as an author and "influencer." Yes, you are an influencer! I think you'll agree after this episode. Take a listen!…
 
Since 1994, Sweet Relief has been dedicated to helping uninsured musicians get the care they need. They've been raising money for this cause from concerts, compilation albums, merchandise sales and, of course, donations. We talked with Aric Steinberg, the Executive Vice President of Development & Artist Relations about the vital mission of the orga…
 
I am finally full-time owner of Moving Bravely and while I work behind-the-scenes on rebranding and launching the new look, enjoy this summer series interview with Kelley Sgroi. Read about her below! About Kelley from her website: "My passion is to help my clients break through the obstacles that seem to be holding them back in life. Life is too sh…
 
The Covid crisis has caused a major issues when it comes to collecting data. Today's episode addresses an alternative for people seeking a solution to collecting data when you don't have access to participants. Archival data, content analysis, and a document analysis might be a viable option. Take a listen! Book: Qualitative Inquiry & Research Desi…
 
Kenny Lee Lewis has followed the music his whole life and it's led him down some fascinating roads. From his time creating new parts for guitars in the 1970s, to a decades-long stint with the one and only Steve Miller Band, Kenny has been following the music. For more information, check out his website.…
 
If you want to talk about independence, you want to talk with Cherry Vanilla. So, this Fourth of July weekend, we're revisiting our conversation with Cherry. We cover all the basics- David Bowie, Andy Warhol, Roger Waters... just your run of the mill conversation with Cherry. For more information on her, check out her website. Her book, Lick Me, is…
 
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