Graduate Studies

Setting an Example

Posted by Jonathan Williams on Jan 27, 2017 11:29:37 AM

In your life, no matter what field you go into or what expectations you may have before or after graduate school, you will be called on to be a leader at some point. You may be placed in charge of a small project with your peers, assigned as the overseer of a division at work, or even work your way up to the top of the chain as the head honcho of a business. Regardless of how big or how small your task as a leader is, you need to be able to determine what style of leadership will bring the most success.

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Tags: leadership, graduate school, leadership styles, setting an example

Why Wait?

Posted by Jonathan Williams on Dec 12, 2016 3:26:37 PM

The time has come: graduate schools have opened their registration forms and are waiting for eager students, such as yourself, to apply. This leads to an internal debate: should you apply as soon as you can or focus on your schoolwork and wait until the last minute to apply to graduate school?

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Tags: Waiting to apply, application, graduate school, process, apply now, graduate program

Keeping the Time

Posted by SU Team Writer on Sep 30, 2016 1:28:29 PM

Anyone who has been to college knows that the most valuable asset they have is time. Time can easily slip away from the college student for a variety of reasons: procrastination, heavy workload, social life, or even just getting enough sleep.

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Tags: time management, time, graduate school, college, school, schedule