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To gain or maintain success in their programs, academic institutions constantly strive to provide various avenues to create opportunities for students, no matter the age, to become better educated.
There is increasing interest and debate within the research community on the role that collaborative virtual technolo
As a general rule, the answer is YES to the question in the title of this blog.
This post discusses the importance of reinvention, resilience, and reframing as abilities that an individual may have to increase employability as it relates to Murray’s (2015) post.
Going to conferences can be expensive and time-consuming. Check out our tips for making the most of attending.
In this blog I want to present my reflections as a faculty and dissertation chair on the Academic Review Process that launched within the School of Advanced Studies last month.
The latest additions to our team of emerging PhDs in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
This is the final in a four-part series. Use the links below to view the rest of the series:
You’ve submitted for and been accepted by a major industry event to present on a topic of your own. Read on for a few steps to help you prepare for the big day.
Retail has gone digital!
I would share my appreciation for
It is interesting to read through the many news reports about health today.
Have you identified a conference you would like to submit your research to but are unsure of the next steps? Read on to learn more about preparing to submit a presentation to a research conference.
As the School of Advanced Studies moves forward with the ongoing growth in our research community, we’re working to p
Learn more about identifying a quality conference, including a downloadable tip sheet.
As discussed during the August 2015 Research Content A
Crafting a quality Curriculum Vitae (CV) can be a daunting task.
Are you tuned in to the debate surrounding the increase in studies retracted due to poor design? What about the growing chorus in the scholarly community for a forceful and focused response to scientific misconduct?