This post discusses ways to secure your online identity, which, as an academic, is also a valuable way to professionalize your online presence, develop your academic credibility, and build your online social network.
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Writing consultant Erin Garrow shares tips for writing effectively at any level, for any audience. This post also contains useful advice on how to have a more effective meeting with a GC Writing Center consultant.
Kara Alaimo is a global public relations consultant and assistant professor in the Department of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations at Hofstra University. She earned her PhD in Political Science at the Graduate Center.
This post brings together advice from GC faculty and alumni who recently gathered with current students to share their advice, wisdom, and perspectives from their collective years of experience on search committees.
This post discusses some simple ways to get started in game-based learning, as well as some resources that can take you further should you find that your curiosity is piqued.
Whether you’re pursuing a career in academia or beyond, fashion—how you’re dressed—impacts how you’ll come across from the moment you walk in the door. Clothing affects your body language, physiology, emotions, image, and self-presentation to others.
Julia Gruberg is a graduate of the Masters in Liberal Studies Program at the Graduate Center, and she works at the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships at the NYC Mayor's Office.
Ivo Vigan is a computer programmer and research analyst at Bloomberg LP, a financial software and media company based in New York. Ivo earned his PhD in Computer Science at the Graduate Center.
When this interview was recorded, Janette Yarwood worked at the U.S. Department of State, where she was Chair of the Sub-Saharan Africa Area Studies program at the Foreign Service Institute. Janette earned her PhD in Anthropology at the Graduate Center.
In this interview with CUNY Startups' executive director, we discuss some of the ways that CUNY Startups can help you build something different, all while learning new skills and meeting people across academic disciplines.
In this final design thinking post, you’ll learn about how to implement your idea in a structured, intentional way to gauge its impact and potential success in the market.
In this blog post, we take the design thinking process a step further to generate unexpected possibilities through successive rounds of ideation.
As a graduate student, you are an attractive candidate to prospective employers. But how do you understand your career options and translate your skills, content knowledge, and interests into job opportunities?
By Anders Wallace Photo by Kane Reinholdtsen on Unsplash When giving a talk, many people worry about what they will say and getting the facts right. In other words, they… Read the rest
By Anders Wallace What Can You Do? Earning a PhD in the social sciences is often considered a precursor to entering the professoriate. Most social scientists have traditionally worked in… Read the rest