Full mind? Make time for mindfulness. 

By: Lisa Kaler, University of Minnesota Stress management may not be considered a sexy topic for academics to discuss, however, stress management and self-care are vital to the success of graduate students. While pursuing a graduate degree it is easy to become entangled in deadlines,…

Are Higher Education Programs Failing to Practice What They Teach?

By: Tyler Hallmark, The Ohio State University  It has long been discussed among higher education researchers how to ultimately translate research into practice, evidenced in the American Educational Research Association’s upcoming 2020 conference theme “The Power and Possibilities for the Public Good When Researchers and Organizational Stakeholders…

The Colonizing Condition of Neoliberalism in Higher Education: What It Is, Why It Matters, and What We Can Do

By: Dianey R. Leal, Michigan State University Neoliberalism has led many colleges and universities to value profit and efficiency over social and ethical issues and has centered knowledge production as a form of monetary capital rather than as a means to…

Twitter Chat: Building and Sustaining Collaborative Writing Relationships

By: ASHE Grads Engaging in writing collaborations can be tricky, but when done right, it can be one of the joys of the graduate student experience. On February 27, ASHE Grads hosted a Twitter chat on building and sustaining collaborative writing relationships. The hour-long Tweet-a-Thon provided tips for building…