Combating Burnout After Candidacy: How to Take Care of Yourself after a Major Accomplishment

By: Raven Cokley, University of Georgia If you have spent any time at all in the academy (or trying to secure a position within the academy as a graduate student), then you may have encountered burnout at one point or…

Conference-Revise-Publish-Repeat

By: Naomi W. Nishi, University of Colorado Denver Grad school is a grind! But, it’s the work outside of school requirements that really make this true. Conference proposals, publication opportunities, and other academic service and engagement can feel like a…

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…

From Blunders to Blessings: How to Make the Most of The Annual ASHE Conference

By Stephanie Aguilar-Smith, Department of Educational Administration, Michigan State University Hola/Hi, We’ve probably never met, so I’ll introduce myself with this short description. I’m 5’3, slight framed, wear oversized circular, gold-rimmed glasses, and my style may easily be described as…

ASHE 2018 Graduate Student Session – Woke Scholarship and Self-Care: Strategies for Graduate Student Community and Endurance

Friday, November 16, 3:15-4:30pm, Florida Salons I & II Description: In this student-centered panel, graduate students will discuss the various strategies they employ to navigate their academic trajectories. By sharing self-care strategies, discussing the importance of social support, and talking…