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Fabrication Nation: Those Who Fabricate From Frenzies, Facts and Fictions the stuFF of G Degrees
Archive for March, 2016
What results do Canadian GSAs have to show on academic matters? on
March 30, 2016
Theses with a difference: Taking chances in psychology — ISCHP on
March 29, 2016
“You can live in an unreal world wherever you are”: An Interview with Leonard Cassuto on
March 19, 2016
Is she is or is she ain’t cheating? When EFL academic writing far exceeds speaking ability
3rd International Conference on Developments in Doctoral Education and Training (ICDDET), 3-4 April 2017
Canadian Graduate Student Unions Must Respond to Recent Grad Ed Policies to Remain Credible
Canadian Graduate Student Unions Take Inspiration in The Impactful Advocacy of EconomicsStudents of Economics
What if Canadian Grad Student Union Leaders Asked How Grad Schools Could Better Evaluate Their Programs
2016’s Turn to Post-Truth Politics Threatens Grad Ed more than Neglected Attention to Grad Ed Practices
co-writing strategies – or – what could possibly go wrong?
Canadian Grad Student Leaders’ Blind Spot: Ongoing, Proactive Grad Ed Advocacy
Ten tips for better research
Where for art thou Doctoral Program Renewal in Canada?
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