Our Second Podcast Episode!


GradCast Episode 2: “Academic Productivity”

Our second episode of GradCast, our podcast dedicated to exploring the challenges of grad. school and beyond is now live! Check it out here to learn all about the big issue of academic productivity as told from the perspective of our doctoral students, candidates approaching completion, and professors at varying stages of their careers. What does it mean to develop in your productivity as an academic. How does one manage all of the academic pursuits and expectations that come with our position? And what can we learn from the experience of others that can help us develop even more effective ways to manage our day-to-day life and work?

The answers to these and more in this episode. Give it a listen, and please leave us any feedback or questions here, on Twitter @tcdc-asu, or even in an email. We’d love to hear any ways we can make this project even better for you.

Special thanks to Dr. David Carlson, Dr. J. Bryan Henderson, and Dr. Lindsey Moses for participating in our interviews. Thanks also to doctoral students, Dawn Demps, Stephen Santa Ramirez, Obi Sneed, Kevin Close, and the irreplaceable Laura for sharing their insights and experiences on today’s episode.

Also, in case you missed it, check out the first episode here, which focuses on current students sharing their own graduate school goals for the Spring 2017 semester, and features interviews with Katy Chapman, JD Lopez, and Stephanie Reid. And stay tuned for upcoming episodes featuring additional interviews, listener submissions, tips and tricks for surviving and thriving in grad. school, and more.

We hope you enjoy, and that you’ll join us for more episodes to come!

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