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Grad School Experience: Interview with Dane and Aravind
  We interviewed Dane Mauer-Vakil and Aravind Rajendran about the transition from an undergraduate degree to a graduate degree, particularly in conducting graduate research. As an undergraduate, you are working to meet certain requirements and receive high grades. However, when you transition to graduate school, the relationship you have with your professors, colleagues, and the […]
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Transitioning to Grad School: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview, Dane Mauer-Vakil, and Aravind Rajendran, Masters students enrolled in the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation at the University of Toronto, about how to transition to graduate school.   HIGHLIGHTS   Advice for incoming Masters students and students hoping to apply to grad school How does a graduate degree differ from an […]
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The Art of Writing: Interview with Laifong Leung
  We interviewed Laifong Leung, a Chinese Language and Literature scholar, about the art of writing. Writing is a unique form of communication that relies on our ability to create imagined realities with the deliberate and careful use of words, punctuation, grammar, and style. It is unlike any other form of communication in the mammal […]
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The Art of Writing: Podcast Episode Live!
We interview, Laifong Leung, Chinese Language and Literature scholar, about the art of writing, a process that can bring a lifetime of joy, frustration, and inevitably fulfillment. HIGHLIGHTS Career paths available with a degree in literature The rewards and challenges of becoming a Professor A glimpse into the process of writing books and academic articles […]
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Making the Transition to University: Interview with David Zarnett
  We interviewed David Zarnett about how to make the transition from high school to university. For many students, this is their first time being away from home, living in a big city, and being around so many other smart competitive colleagues. It’s a major transition that seems to either go well or terribly wrong […]