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Making the Transition from Student to Teacher During Your Graduate Studies

January 30, 2020

Much of the advice we share about selecting a good Ph.D. program centers around your relationships with faculty and your research opportunities. However, a significant part of the doctoral student experience is ...

3 Reasons to Finish Your Ph.D.

January 23, 2020

Working towards your Ph.D. is a marathon, not a sprint. It takes years of commitment, self-discipline, and sacrifice to earn a degree. However, for those who make it to the finish line, the benefits are abundant. Keep ...

Dr. Robert Kalescky Reflects on His Time Studying Chemistry at SMU

January 16, 2020

Dr. Robert Kalescky, Computational and Theoretical Chemistry Ph.D. graduate and Southern Methodist University (SMU) HPC Applications Scientist, is responsible for assisting the research community at SMU with their use ...

Meet Dr. Deiana, an Experimental High Energy Particle Physicist

January 9, 2020

Note: this interview was condensed and edited for clarity. For some people, the call to a particular field of study arrives early. For Dr. Allison McCarn Deiana, the desire to study and teach physics grew in high school ...

5 Careers to Pursue With Your Ph.D. in Physics

January 2, 2020

Often the first and sometimes only career that comes to mind when students consider pursuing their Ph.D. in Physics is a job in academia. Teaching at a college or university can be a noble and rewarding career – but ...

Exploring the Universe: A Complete Guide to Earning a Ph.D. in Physics

December 19, 2019

Physics is the study of space, time, energy, and matter. Physicists try to ask and answer, in a verifiable and reproducible way, the deepest questions about the origin, nature, and fate of the universe. The study of ...

Fostering Interdisciplinary Conversations between Graduate Students

December 12, 2019

Some graduate student stereotypes ring true in reality. Have you ever thought about graduate students as people who sit around talking about big ideas with each other for hours? Maybe these conversations bear fruit and ...