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Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
 
Grad Chat by PhD Balance highlights grad school experiences, especially the ones that may be harder to talk about in our day to day life. We have 4 rotating hosts: Linda Corcoran, Niba, Aidan Mowat and Liesl Krause! One of our hosts is joined each week by a special guest to talk about a different topic relating to their experiences in grad school!
 
A podcast for celebration, commiseration, and support through grad school for the students who are living it (or want to). Join Elana Gloger, a full-time 4th year doctoral student and part-time human, as she chats with fellow grad students about their professional and personal experiences, without taking either too seriously. Episodes include conversations about students' Day in the Life, conversations about Diverse Identities and Racism in Academia, and themed episodes (like, Mental Health ...
 
This podcast is perfect for anyone in graduate school working on a doctorate, or maybe you're thinking about going back to school. Here, we talk about graduate degrees and living very real lives. Now, I am the "APA Queen." So, yes, we will talk about the journey of tackling graduate writing successfully, but we also talk about real-world issues that sometimes make the journey feel impossible. This show will help you navigate the terrains as a doctoral student, and I share gems as an editor, ...
 
Follow Pa Vue, a first-generation college student, as she shares stories from her journey to pursue a PhD. From taking the GRE to defending her dissertation, you’ll hear all about how she navigates every step of graduate school. This podcast is perfect for educators, individuals interested in going to grad school, and, of course, first-generation college students.
 
Hi, I'm Jordan Myers and Plato's Cave is my attempt to exit... well, the cave. It's a philosophy podcast meant to help me guide my ascent to the real world, the truth, the place where life is worth living; and I've decided that means getting a PhD in philosophy. Join me on my journey as I cover philosophical works and speak with the best philosophical minds I can convince to come on the show!
 
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The Modern MBA

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The Modern MBA

Marie Kirwan & Kristen Rossi

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Many students come to an MBA from banking, consulting, or MNC backgrounds, but what about those that don’t? The Modern MBA podcast with Marie Kirwan and Kristen Rossi shares the stories of those transitioning from or using their MBAs in unorthodox MBA sectors including the arts, healthcare, not-for-profit, academia, and more.
 
All mental health practitioners know that compliance is one of those things they need to know, but let's be honest, it can be really scary! Attorney Dan Mayer and Melissa Wesner, a group practice owner, are here to help! In this high-energy podcast, Melissa & Dan will cover all the things you wish you had learned in grad school. Combining humor with personal anecdotes, Dan and Melissa draw upon their experience to talk about all the nitty-gritty legal, ethical, clinical, and business-related ...
 
The Non-Immigrant Student podcast is an audio journal of my grad-school journey in the United States of America.It is an inspirational podcast that seeks to encourage and provide guidance to other non-immigrant students across the globe on how to live their best lives while fulfilling their Study Abroad dreams. My stories reveal the hacks, tips, and tricks I have learned while on this journey and I honestly believe that ''If I can do it, you can do it too!''So excited to have you with me on ...
 
Cohort Sistas is a digital network that supports Black women pursuing research doctorates by providing resources, mentorship, and community. Hosted by Cohort Sistas founder Dr. Ijeoma Kola, the Cohort Sistas Podcast brings to life the stories, struggles, and successes of Black women with doctoral degrees and their lives beyond the degree. If you are interested in joining the Cohort Sistas community or you’re looking for more information on how to support or partner with Cohort Sistas, please ...
 
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Blue Genes and Boots

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Blue Genes and Boots

Texas A&M Genetics Graduate Program

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The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a new podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast
 
Best friends Joel and Matt are the co-hosts of How To Money which is all about providing the knowledge & tools that normal folks need to thrive in areas like debt payoff, DIY investing, and crucial money tricks that will provide continuous help along your journey. We believe that access to unbiased and jargon-free personal finance guidance is more necessary than ever before. When you handle your money in a purposeful, thoughtful way that works for your lifestyle, you can really start living ...
 
A podcast for grad students, by grad students. Two applied social psychology PhD students have casual conversations about issues relevant to graduate students in psychology and beyond. This is Grad School aims to provide a place for grad students to decompress, process, and discuss the real experiences graduate students have, both positive and negative.
 
The Professor Is In answers all your questions about the academic career. Dr. Karen Kelsky and productivity coach Kel Weinhold, with their trademark combination of candor, humor, and compassion (and a healthy dose of critique), tell you the truth about how the academy works, with strategies for reaching your goals while prioritizing your emotional well being. We go where others don't, breaking down the unspoken rules of academic culture, including all the ways it centers white folks and marg ...
 
PREP Athletics is a company that helps basketball players find the right fitting prep schools to help them meet their goals. This podcast features PREP Athletics founder Cory Heitz's valuable expertise and vast connections to share insights and stories about the past, present, and future of prep school basketball. It also features in depth interviews with prep school basketball coaches from all competitive levels. Cory is a prep school alum, former D1 player, and Air Force veteran. Learn mor ...
 
Scale Your Joy is for the “smart with heart” high achiever looking to ditch the corporate grind and sidestep the “hustle hard” startup scene to design a life and business they love. Scale Your Joy is hosted by Kaneisha Grayson, a Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School grad, author, essayist, avid traveler, and self-made entrepreneur. Each week, she shares her personal experiences and advice on crafting a life and building a business that not only showcases your formal education a ...
 
I'm A.J. Juliani. As a father of four crazy kids, author, and a public school teacher turned Director of Innovation I'm sharing strategies, resources, interviews, rants, and practical ways to innovate right now. We look at all the innovative solutions you wish they taught you in grad school, and how to bring back creativity into our schools today (oh, and we definitely have fun while doing it!).
 
What do grad school and the Gothic have in common? More than you might think... In My Gothic Dissertation, the first-ever Ph.D. dissertation to be produced in podcast form, Anna Williams invites you along on her quest to complete her Ph.D. in English and escape the Grad School Gothic for good. You'll hear horror stories circulated by Ph.D. students behind closed doors, be a fly on the wall during real-life defense meetings, and hear education experts weigh in on the old-school training pract ...
 
Hi, I’m Sasha - your host of the Real Talk School of Nursing podcast. Have you been thinking about becoming a nurse or you’re in nursing school? Then you may have found the most correct place to be! This podcast speaks on what isn’t taught in the nursing program. We dive into all that is to come throughout your whole journey in pre reqs, nursing school, and new grad life. Come join us on Tuesday’s and let’s be real. There’s more to nursing school than just content. Write in to RealTalkNursin ...
 
The hit podcast, "Ohio Sports and Grad School Problems: A podcast with Devon Proudfoot" finally hits soundcloud! Be prepared to laugh your socks off and have a ball as Devon takes you on a journey through his (and his many guest's) life.
 
As I started to live life as an adult, I realized that I had been taught some pretty useless (to me) things in school. I found myself feeling ill-equipped to manage my own self, move through setbacks and adapt to changes. My journey to filling the knowledge gaps began when I lost my mother to breast cancer in 2017 and I realized that MOST of my educational career had been a means to an end, even grad school. I have heard that "When you know better, you do better", but what if you are stuck i ...
 
Let Me Back Up is a series hosted by us, Ryan Ken and Jennie. We met in grad school and bonded over memes and delicious food. We made this to encapsulate facets of our friendship and document our shared process for learning. Check out our website for audio transcripts: https://www.letmebackup.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LetMeBackUpPod
 
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Strained Brains

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Kent Wayne: Indie author

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Are you a genius? Neither are we! Listen to Dr. Free Monk and Kent Wayne strain their brains as they discuss anything and everything under the sun. Life in the military, psychedelics, being an indie author, functional medicine…nothing is off limits! Our Patreon is: https://www.patreon.com/strainedbrains Dr. Free Monk is a 20-year military vet, 2nd year grad school student, and has a recurring dream on realizing the sacredness of his foolishness. Kent Wayne has spent his entire life as a hype ...
 
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The Israel Podcast

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The Israel Podcast

Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis

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A bi-weekly podcast on current political events in Israel. We'll be offering analysis, clarification and discussions of internal politics, security issues, and foreign affairs. About me: I'm an Israeli political theory Ph.D. student at the Harvard University Government Department. Interested in ideas, institutions and good old fashioned politics, security, and foreign policy. Especially in Israel. Before grad-school I worked as a policy analyst at Molad, a political think-tank and wrote a da ...
 
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Thrilled to welcome artist, educator and meme master Max Alper (La Meme Young) to join us to discuss running an online art school, sound and meme pedagogy, musical body building and deliver an on the ground report of crypto excessiveness arriving in his new home of Puerto Rico. Learn music with La Meme Young: https://www.patreon.com/la_meme_young F…
 
WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. Preparing for a presentation can be stressful. Presenting as part of a competition is stressful too. Having your presentation changed right before you go out is even more stressful. Realizing you forgot your memorized speech right in the middle? Only one word really sums that up. In this bite-size confessional, Anna and …
 
Today's episode is quick but informative! If your literature review is in the works, make sure it doesn't sound like a diary or novel. Yikes! Also, here's three resources that will be extremely helpful. 1. Writing a Successful Thesis or Dissertation: Tips and Strategies for Students in the Social and Behavioral Sciences 1st Edition by Fred C. Lunen…
 
-This week is about soul, as we sit down with Neal Sugarman. You may know him as a member of Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings. You may know him from his playing on records by Amy Winehouse. Or maybe you heard this one song he played on- "Uptown Funk?" No matter how you know him, Neal is a fascinating guy; on top of his playing, he's been spreading th…
 
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with recent PhD grad and current Senior Scientist at Merck, Dr. Devin Swiner, about a look-back on her PhD experience and how to identify & combat power hierarchies and dynamics in academia. You can also find Dr. Devin Swiner on Instagram and on her website: devinthechemist.com Find all episodes, me…
 
"I know there's always rooting before blossoming." - Tracy G. This affirmation is a whole word, which inspired this week's episode on setting your goals. If you're a scholar, rooting is the planning and blossoming is the goal achieved. That goal could be a paper, a research project, building your network, etc. Setting a goal in our heads may be as …
 
In this episode, Pa discusses why some people choose not to be friends with their classmates in grad school and why she chooses to. Show notes: Episode 2 Episode 3 Episode 6 Episode 33 Episode 34 Episode 17 The Chair Subscribe to this podcast to follow Pa as she gets her PhD. Access transcripts and submit listener questions at www.onbecomingeducate…
 
This episode is an edited recording of the clubhouse meeting Kira Dineen and Dena Goldberg (Dena DNA) hosted on August 26th, 2021 in the “Genetic Counseling and the Future of Healthcare”. We explore making the most of the genetic counseling graduate school experience. Since this was recorded on Clubhouse, the audio is not as high quality as our oth…
 
This week, we will be joined by Silvina "Silvi" Di Pietro, PhD (she/her). Dr Silvina "Silvi" Dr Pietro is a postdoctoral graduate fellow within the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). She graduated from Florida International University (FIU) in March of 2021 with a PhD in environmental chemistry. But her journey to grad school might be…
 
It's time for a Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some re…
 
Karen insisted that we watch The Chair, and insisted we devote a podcast episode to it. So here it is. At this point in time there are no more “hot” takes to be had, so in this episode we offer our tepid takes. Even so, there is a lot to say. Karen and Kel talk the many painful accuracies of the show: the terror of senior faculty in the face of thr…
 
Welcome to the 436th episode of Admissions Straight Talk. Thanks for joining me. I’m actually taking a week off for family time this week. As a result, I decided to air an encore of one of our most popular shows of 2021 so far, and that show is, What Life at Icahn Is Like as a Med Student, Parent, and More. I chose it not only because of its popula…
 
On today’s conversation, Dr. Beatrice Ncho tells the story of how she left Cameroon to start her studies at a community college in the United States, before eventually achieving a PhD in chemical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. You’ll hear why she is passionate about helping Black women to excel in academia through mentorship, a…
 
Climate change used to feel like one of those things that was way off in the future. But then we see the headlines of extreme weather, or perhaps you’ve experienced it first-hand, and we realize that it could be more imminent than we used to think. It’s no longer an abstract concept but a concrete reality. And so it is with our perception of Social…
 
As many employers are beginning to call their employees back to the office, I thought it would be relevant to go over some (personal) pros of working from home as well as working on-site. There are benefits to both, but there are some drawbacks as well. Which do you prefer? Let us know your pros that we may have left off our list. Thank you for lis…
 
This week, we will be joined by Susanna Harris, PhD (she/her) to talk about Graduate Student Mental Health. A full-text transcript of this episode is available via google doc. At the 37:30 mark, Liesl discusses a technique to calmly call out those who say inappropriate things in meetings. This technique of saying “ouch”, is meant to be used as a wa…
 
Today on The Modern MBA podcast we're speaking with Alex VanOeveren. Originally from Seattle, he talks about his dynamic career moving from Social Work to Sales and ultimately pursing an MBA; why he chose to study abroad at IE in Madrid; and the benefits of choosing an international programme. About Us Many students come to an MBA from banking, con…
 
In this mini episode, PREP Athletics Founder, Cory Heitz explains how the PREP Athletics process of finding a right fitting prep school works. This process includes: 1) Committing to help a player 2) Player has to make their own recruiting website 3) Reaching out to the right fitting prep school's coaches on the player's behalf 4) Have players/fami…
 
We’re kicking off the week by answering listener questions! And if you have a question that you’d like for us to answer on the show, we’d love for you to submit your own via HowToMoney.com/ask/ , send us your voice memo. Regardless of how random or bizarre you might think it is, we want to hear it! 1 - What do y’all think about Bitcoin? 2 - Where s…
 
Teaching assistants: they mark, they proctor, they email, they cry, they organize, they teach, they cry, they get yelled at, and they cry. In this grad school confessional, Anna and I discuss the confessions of current and former grad student TAs who overestimated their confidence in a topic, resisted coercion for marks, and fielded some awkward ad…
 
Joining our host, Kira Dineen, is Rich Hogan. Rich is the Founder and President of Cure Rare Disease, a company that develops customized therapeutics for those who have been diagnosed with rare, genetic diseases that have no treatments or cures. On this episode, we specifically sat down to discuss Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy during DMD awareness mo…
 
It's time for a Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some re…
 
In this episode, I speak with John Martin Fischer about his semicompatibilism about moral responsibility. We use his 2012 paper, "Semicompatibilism and its Rivals" as a framework for the discussion. Here's any links you'll need to dive deeper: https://alaw003.wixsite.com/johnmartinfischer If you learned something from this episode, please consider …
 
Hi guys, today's episode is all about how to get most bang for your buck when it comes to your dissertation chair. These (5) tips have changed the feedback game for my clients! Trust me. You need this information. 1. Be prepared. 2. Ask the right questions. 3. Follow up with a recap email. 4. Do what they ask of you. 5. Remember, they work for the …
 
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Ever have the jitters or nerves before giving a lecture? Even if you stumble on a few words, you probably won't have something like this confession happen to you - especially after hearing it. In this bite-size confessional, Anna and I discuss the story of a former grad student who probably wishes they'd "spit it out" before lecturing. Support our …
 
Knowing that you want to do your Ph.D. when you are in high school is pretty remarkable, and it requires focus and dedication from a young age. This is the position today’s guest, Dr. Niambi Brewer, was in. Niambi received her Ph.D. in cell and molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania, where she is also doing her postdoc at the Genetic…
 
Winning the lottery shouldn’t be a part of your financial plan- but why are we so enthralled by the idea of winning the lottery?! On average, Americans spend over $1,000 every year for the chance to strike it rich. That’s a lot of wasted money that could be going towards literal investments. But even though we’re not going to win millions, statisti…
 
Guitarist Keith Howland has been playing in the legendary band Chicago for over 25 years and it's been a journey that's taken him all over the world, and allowed him to play with some great musicians every night. We talked with Keith about Chicago's new tour, which just got started, how you claim your bunk on the tour bus, and the perils of hotel f…
 
Learn how to increase your chances of acceptance to medical school or another health professions school. [Show summary] Caleb Marsh, Admissions Director of Temple University’s CST many postbac programs explores the robust opportunities available to students preparing for medical educations and careers. How can Temple University’s postbac programs h…
 
Karen and Kel are back from their summer hiatus, and they talk re-entry. Re-entry, that is, to a shitshow academic year in a pandemic that, in the US, has been mismanaged to a degree that almost defies belief. Academics are coming back to campuses that are for the most part totally unprepared and unwilling to deal with actual student and staff vuln…
 
This week, we're talking about accessing your creativity as a mental health clinician and preventing burnout. In this episode, Reina Lombardi talks about ways that she helps clinicians tap into their creativity and consider their lifestyle needs when designing their practice. About Reina: Reina is host of The Creative Psychotherapist podcast, a pod…
 
Today we're speaking with Jenni Chance, Senior Marketing and Communications Manager at PwC and Executive MBA graduate from Warwick Business School. Jenni talks to us about how the marketing field is developing and what this means for the skills needed to stay ahead, incorporating her interest in start-ups and entrepreneurship into her career path, …
 
Marshall Allen is a journalist who investigates why we pay so much for healthcare here in America, while simultaneously we receive so little in return. He is the author of “Never Pay the First Bill: And Other Ways to Fight the Health Care System and Win” and he is also the founder of Allen Health Academy, which produces a curriculum of short on-dem…
 
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with Marina Gardasevic about her Day in the Life as a Neuroscience PhD Candidate in the UK. They discuss her research in the effect of light on the brain, auditing your writing (and plotting your success), deciding on next steps, and being weeks away from completing her PhD. Information on thesis wr…
 
In this episode, Anna and I discuss academic supervisor struggles in grad school and share the confessions of grad students who have trouble with their supervisor's name, have "worked" alongside tyrannical supervisors, and have thoughts on the traits of the ideal supervisor. Support our podcast and enter to win a $100 Amazon gift card! You can ente…
 
It's time for a Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some re…
 
Today’s guest, Dr. Wenimo Okoya, has a foot in both health and education, having worked as a classroom teacher in Harlem and the Bronx, received a Masters degree in public health and an EdD in health education. In this episode, she shares the details of her dissertation on why community schools hesitate to adopt trauma sensitive practices, and desc…
 
In this bite-size confessional, Anna and I discuss the confession of a grad student whose miscommunication with a participant leads to a bit of a wardrobe malfunction.If you have a confession you'd like to share, you can use this anonymous link (https://forms.gle/jfGHFwDfSZ67ce7r8) or email us at thegradschoolconfessional@gmail.com.…
 
Today's episode is part 2 on understanding contracts. In this episode, you'll learn about common terminology used in contracts, so you have a better understanding of what you're signing! Today's episode has a lot of content, so feel free to take notes, take breaks, or listen to it twice! You can also pull out a contract of your own and review while…
 
Look, today's Q & A's are mind-blowing!!! Seriously! I come out slugging, but I also have great answers for you. Today, I tackle four questions we got, and they are home runs! 1. What do you do if you want to change your dissertation title after IRB approval? 2. When should you get a dissertation editor or coach? 3. What should you do and expect if…
 
Feeling overworked?! Between trying to get ahead at your 9-5 and pursuing side hustles, chances are really high that you feel like your work-life balance is out of whack. That doesn’t even take into account that more of us are working from home. We find ourselves chronically fatigued and exhausted because we give too much to our work, leaving littl…
 
Kurt Deimer is the living embodiment of the idea that you should never give up on your dreams and you are never too old to rock n roll. We talked with Kurt prior to his heading out on tour with Phil X on guitar (and opening for Geoff Tate). The tour starts tonight! For more information & tour dates check out Kurt's website.…
 
We are in the middle of what many are calling "The Great Resignation" - meaning there are large amounts of people resigning and looking for new work. The reasoning behind this is debated over, but a lot of people are leaving their jobs to find better opportunities. With many job openings and with more job seekers on the market, this week we felt it…
 
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