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Jason K. Wallace, M.Ed. Nov 11
Hey fam! I'm Jason (he/him), 4th yr. candidate in and 1/3 of . Right now post-grad plans include finding a job and working, lol. Currently on the market for faculty positions in higher ed/student affairs.
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Eugene B. Johnson Nov 11
Eugene B. Johnson, Louisiana State University/Political Science, and currently my plans are to find a job in academia but being that I’m in political science I’m willing to do campaign work, nonprofit work, research, etc.
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Jason K. Wallace, M.Ed. Nov 11
Today I registered for classes for the last time in my doc program. Defense is one week away. I’m not freaking out at all...nope, not at all. 😬
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JMWB, M.A. Nov 16
If we are going to talk about recruiting students of color to your graduate programs then we MUST talk about removing the GRE as a requirement to get in! Period.
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#FirstGenDocs Nov 11
Let's start with intros! Tell us your name, institution/program, & any post-grad plans 👀
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Lamesha C. Brown, Ph.D. Nov 11
A1: After 4 years as a full-time doc program, the move to full-time professional was/is rough. I was not mentally prepared for it lol. You're busy as a doc student, but there is often more flexibility in your schedule.
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Travis Martin Nov 11
Q1: I am concerned about my ability to remain relevant as a scholar-practitioner by remaining up-to-date on current literature and to remain productive in scholarly activities such as writing, publishing, etc.
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#FirstGenDocs Nov 15
This is BEAUTIFUL! This community never ceases to amaze us! 😭
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Jason K. Wallace, M.Ed. Nov 11
A1: I think I'm most concerned about losing my community. I'm lucky to be surrounded by a group of brilliant scholars who are all working towards similar goals. I'm worried about maintaining that community post-grad.
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P. Gabrielle Foreman Nov 16
On the market? Have a post doc? Here are some small hints as you get offers. . Don’t sleep on the benefits—call HR or check website to compare.
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Eugene B. Johnson Nov 11
Bonus: I look forward to no more requirements. I literally can do whatever I want. I can write when I want, I can research when I want. I’m not going to lie, I am also looking forward to being able to be called Dr. lol
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Lamesha C. Brown, Ph.D. Nov 11
A5: I think I would have gone to therapy back when I was in school to talk with someone through my job search process to help me prepare for the multiple transitions that I would be making. I may have been more prepared.
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Dr. Frederick V. Engram Jr. Nov 11
-Dissertation fees -Regalia fees -Job searching and knowing that rejection doesn’t mean something’s wrong with you.
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#FirstGenDocs Nov 11
Q1: What are some things you are concerned about as you prepare to transition from student to graduate status/identity?
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#FirstGenDocs Nov 16
How's it going ? We're halfway through, but it's not too late to check-in! Join us!
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Raven K. 👩🏾‍💻 Nov 14
Being on the job market as a member is... hard. So many complicated questions and emotions (not necessarily mine, but people who love & care for me). And it’s so frustrating 😔
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Lamesha C. Brown, Ph.D. Nov 11
Replying to @MrJKWallace
Friend! This has honestly been THE MOST difficult thing about my transition. I haven't built a community where I am yet and being away from GA has made me realize just how much that meant to me.
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ShakB aka TeachingArtist Nov 12
Doctoral Defense is next week.
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Brianna Posadas 20h
I graduated undergrad with a 2.7 gpa & now I am finishing my PhD. I’ve worked with grad school recruiters & it kills me when they mention gpa. That # does NOT tell the whole story. If you have a low gpa & want to go to grad school, feel free to reach out
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Travis Martin Nov 11
Travis L. Martin, Director of Future alum of Plan to remain in student affairs administration and get into adjunct appointments
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