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Student Health Coverage and Massage Therapy

I’m generally a very highly stressed individual. Grad school has made it worse (and the startup has made it even worse than that) but, even before all this, I was usually pretty stressed. 516 more words


Penn Pride

Today, Mark, Liz and I went out to explore campus a bit. On our way to school, we passed by these little kids selling lemonade… 406 more words


Next Wednesday 27th August: the latest spawn of the dungeon

After many decades lost in the darkness of the CBY dungeon known as B08D, a mythical creature of mediocre proportions emerges in order to present his thesis. 154 more words

Seminar Announcement

5 rookie researcher mistakes

One thing I have learned over the years I have been Whispering is, although the problems they face are similar, no two research students are alike. 1,305 more words

Getting Things Done

ckosnik reblogged this on Literacy Teaching and Teacher Education and commented:

As we get ready to start a new academic year, I (Clare) found this advice for new graduate students extremely helpful and accurate. Excellent suggestions relevant to all graduate students.

On Loneliness

I don’t want to be a downer after reading about all of the exciting and innovative presentations but I cannot help the pull to highlight a session I attended on loneliness. 499 more words

Early Career

Lunch with the Masters

Many of my fellow convention bloggers have posted their reasons why the APA convention is the best convention to attend. While I do not have a list of reasons, I do have one experience that I believe will inspire any graduate student or early career psychologist (ECP) to attend. 269 more words

Early Career

Seen at the Convention: Friday, Aug. 8

The second day of the 2014 APA Annual Convention revealed new sights at the convention center (not to mention a memorable merry-go-round ride at the National Zoo). The highlights:

Early Career