One university’s successful effort to recruit and retain more minority students in Ph.D. programs begins at the undergradate level.
Be skeptical of any grass-is-greener hype about your nonacademic career options.
No, doctoral students complaining about a toxic adviser aren’t just whining about the workload.
The pursuit of knowledge in a Ph.D. program should not mean sacrificing your relationship.
You’re not alone: For most doctoral students, the graduate-school experience rarely goes as expected.
We must reject the idea that having tenure, or being in the tenure stream, carries with it the right to be cruel.
As a Ph.D., you shouldn’t feel embarrassed to admit your interest in a career outside of the professoriate.
A new one-volume history of the American academy should be a must-read for every graduate student — and plenty of more-established Ph.D.s, too.