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Just Released! Dr. Christopher's new book - Navigating Graduate School and Beyond: A Career Guide for Graduate Students and a Must-Read for Every Advisor is available now from AGU .
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- "I believe that you the student have an excellent seed within you called potential. Through hard work and the right preparation, you can succeed at whatever you put your mind to. I have seen students who, through sheer determination and hard work, outshine some who were 'talented.' Preparation and hard work seems to be the greatest equalizer."
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I recently had the privilege of having lunch with a student who had completed his undergraduate degree with very high honors. His parents were also at this luncheon. Given his excellent academic record he was offered graduate research assistantships to … Continue reading
This been has been a while in the making. Soon after my first book came out on ‘Navigating Graduate School and Beyond’ that was written primarily for graduate students, I began to receive comments about my perspectives on how early … Continue reading
You interviewed well, negotiated like a superstar (based on the principles in my first book, Navigating Graduate School and beyond) and you have accepted the offer to become an Assistant Professor. You packed your bags and if you are … Continue reading
Having served as Department Chair for four years and now wrapping up the third year of my Deanship at UAH, I often encounter many early career faculty (notice I did not say young faculty) who are trying to juggle their … Continue reading
Happy New Year to the student and adviser. First year students who started in Fall 2016 now have a semester under their belt. You probably took two to three courses and tried to figure out the differences between undergrad and … Continue reading
This is going to register so close to home for some of you since you may be in this situation right now. Your adviser is a wanderer. Brilliant, full of ideas but never focused to stay on completing tasks. Let … Continue reading