A Few Tips for Undergrads (and Teaching Assistants) from a (Former) Graduate Assistant

It’s that time of year when students and professor return to college classrooms to, gods willing, learn something to take out into the world. Last semester became an extended learning moment for me when I agreed to become a graduate assistant for one of my professors. Like many graduate assistants, my duties included creating and grading assignments for one of her undergraduate courses. After a few months and many frustrations, I can tell you that there are a few things undergrads (and teaching/graduate assistants) could keep in mind to make this process easier on all of us. Things like… Read More A Few Tips for Undergrads (and Teaching Assistants) from a (Former) Graduate Assistant

Women in Academia: Playing with House Money

Thank you so much for your comments last week. You all helped me identify many sources of funding that can be broken into three main categories: in-house or university/department funds, external fellowships and scholarships, and personal funds. This week, I want to talk about university/department funds that some of us use to get by. Read More Women in Academia: Playing with House Money