A Pedagogy of Kindness

Guest Post

This post, written by Catherine Denial, first appeared on Hybrid Pedagogy under a CC BY-NC license. In the past two years, when I’ve been asked to sum up my approach to pedagogy, I’ve said “kindness.” I didn’t always think this way. My graduate education encouraged me to think of students as antagonists, always trying to … Continue reading “A Pedagogy of Kindness”

Some Ugly Truths I Wish I Knew Before Going into a PhD Program… And 8 Tips for Surviving Them

Pierce Salguero

This was first posted to Medium.com on Oct. 19, 2019. Graduate school was for me, as I am sure it is for many, intellectually thrilling. It was a wonderful time of self-discovery and deep learning. I would do it all over again in a second. However, I also have to acknowledge that most of my … Continue reading “Some Ugly Truths I Wish I Knew Before Going into a PhD Program… And 8 Tips for Surviving Them”