Five things successful PhD students refuse to do | Higher Education Network | The Guardian

value business training. They go to conferences and introduce themselves to business professionals at the vendors’ show. They take business classes, join business and entrepreneurship meetup groups, and work to establish an online presence.

You have GOT to be kidding me. At least call it “intellectual networking.”

Source: Five things successful PhD students refuse to do | Higher Education Network | The Guardian

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I am a rhetorical scholar, public speaker, and teacher at the State University of New York at Geneseo. I study speech and contemporary U.S. political culture and teach courses in public speaking, interpersonal and visual communication, speech and media, and rhetorical theory and criticism. I have been featured on RabbitBox Storytelling and TEDx.

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