We came across this article in a letter to incoming graduate student and are glad to re-post these great ideas from Renee Nicholas here at the blog. You may be wondering what it could even look like to be healthy in this time when everything is changing. How can you keep a regular schedule of […]
The transition from undergraduate studies to graduate school can be challenging! There is the whole process of deciding what schools to apply to, taking GRE’s if they are required, completing applications, gathering references, visiting campuses, talking with students and potential advisors in the program and more. When you have been accepted into a program and […]
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Amid another wave of COVID-19, university administrators are preparing for another pandemic as students return to university campuses. “We have a mental health pandemic inside of the COVID-19 pandemic right now,” according to Dr. Bern Melnyk, Ohio State’s Chief Wellness Officer and Dean of the College of Nursing. Another university administrator acknowledged efforts to hire […]
This is the time of the year when faculty, university staff, and student organizations are thinking about welcoming first-year students. Zach Baldwin discusses the unique challenge of this year when many second-year students, both undergraduate and graduate, will be on campus for the first time after a year of distance learning. He discusses some of […]