Many universities offer both a tuition waiver and a stipend to PhD students. Here are some resources to research how much you might be paid as a PhD student.
I spent the last 3 days learning R, at the most recent set of CARMA short courses. Here is what I've learned...
How to use a Bullet Journal to achieve your goals in 2020
Ditch the New Years resolution and try a bullet journal. Here is how I am starting to plan for 2020.
Visual tools in your PhD
This is an excellent post about how to organize the writing and analysis process. Great tips!
Often, PhD students imagine their journey to be linear and then it ends up with pitfalls and successes:
This post is about when you get into the dips, or as I call them, pits of despair. Sometimes when you are in a lull you don’t know how you got there, or how to get out. This can be spurred by external issues (see How I avoided a PhD meltdown) or issues directly related to your project.
I have found when I am in the pits related to my PhD visualising helps. This only really works when it is an issue related to my PhD. Some issues I have had are:
- being overwhelmed by the data, where do I start?
- a document I am editing isn’t working, but I can’t figure out why
- my brain feels like mush and nothing seems to be clicking
- I feel like an imposter who…
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AACSB blog – Transitioning from a 20 year corporate career to higher education
AACSB, the premier accrediting organization for business schools, has allowed me to share my career journey. Today they have published my article "My Path to PhD: Transitions From a 20-Year Corporate Career to Higher Education." I've done my best in this article to go through my search process and things I found that would be important to become EMPLOYABLE as a professor at the end of the program. It is very easy to be duped by non-accredited programs who may have very interesting degree options, but at the end of the day will not result in your being an employable professor at an AACSB-accredited business school.
The art of old school paper in the classroom
Yes, I teach about digital and social media. But technology can often be finicky and unpredictable in the moment of teaching a live class. Sometimes you just have to go old school and bring some analog devices, like paper, back into the classroom to make your point.
Beginning the journey to PhD
This past week I began a new journey - a path to becoming what one might call an "official" academic as a PhD student. This is a journey that crept up on me quickly. When I completed my MBA in 2007, my business school tried to "upsell" us on a doctoral program. I thought then, … Continue reading Beginning the journey to PhD
Gillette ad controversy speaks to culture shift
On January 14th Gillette released a startling new ad that has drawn controversy from men and women alike. "The Best a Man Can Be" is a new ad addressing the social commentary of the #MeToo movement, but I believe it's actually an attempt for the brand to reconnect with the female demographic as it's seeing … Continue reading Gillette ad controversy speaks to culture shift
Business impacts of changing pay equity laws
Here's what I shared in a recent lecturer to university business students on why women are still not paid equally, what US states are doing about it, and why business owners should care.
Smart phones and social: the next litigation playground
Did you know you may be violating a non-compete with your LinkedIn updates? A number of new developments in case law speak to the growing risk both companies and individuals face from their social connections or use of their personal devices for text messaging.