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Graduate School: Which Path is Right for You? Part 2

University library

In the first post of this two-part series, I cover two aspects of choosing the right graduate degree, choosing between certificate, master’s, and PhD programs, and choosing between a subject matter degree (which teaches you the “what”) and a professional degree (which teaches you the “how”). Now it’s time to explore the different ways to […]

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How to Test-Drive a Graduate Program

Side view mirror on the road

Choosing a graduate school is not so different from purchasing a car (hear me out on this one). Both are “purchased” with the hope that they’ll get you from Point A to Point B, and they’re both significant investments. And trying to decide from among the hundreds of graduate programs out there can sometimes feel […]

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4 Great Reasons to Choose Grad School (and one not-so-good one)

Fall is approaching and you may be reminiscing on the days when the end-of-summer meant back-to-school shopping. Before you jump on the graduate school bandwagon and starting looking at applications, take a moment to reflect on your real reasons for wanting to go to graduate school. New pens and notebooks are nice, but pursuing a […]

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Dancing Down Walls: Creating Work That Supports Your Art with Krystal Harfert of BANDALOOP

After college, I spent a year in the Bay Area dancing, teaching, and focusing on figuring out how to fit all of my big dreams into one life. One of the best things that happened to me in this time was teaching for a company that provided mobile fitness classes for youth alongside Krystal Harfert, […]

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