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Grad School Sucks
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Grad School Sucks

Matthew Carlson, PhD

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The weekly podcast where we believe that your life and career after grad school should rock. Join us as we interview current and former graduate students who have used their academic skills to craft amazing careers in entrepreneurship, industry/business, non-profit, and policy/government as well as academic careers. If you are wondering about your career options after grad school, then this podcast is for you.
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Grad School Buddy
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Grad School Buddy

ebelechukwu monye and Chukwuebuka Amaji

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Grad School Buddy is an unconventional podcast that answers all your nagging questions about the graduate school experience. Our conversations start from the beginning when one is unsure which path to follow or what country to explore. We discuss the application procedures, housing, love, family, mental health, food, problem sets, religion, sexuality, student insurance, etc. We understand that succeeding in graduate school requires support, love, and care. Therefore, we thought to create a w ...
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This podcast explores the graduate school experience from unique and diverse perspectives where we highlight the good, the bad, and the funny. Meet Dylan, Rose, and Jorge, as they join Stephanie as your grad school guides. Hear what each host brings to the show and how their unique perspectives shed light on the grad school experience.
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Graduate school can weigh heavy on one's soul. Congregate here for the confessions that current and former grad students across the world are getting off their chests about their supervisors, peers, and experiences with higher education, hosted by me, Dr. Yoah Sui. If you have a confession you'd like to make, submit it here: https://forms.gle/wtQ59sJAcFBuDPNj7
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A podcast for grad students, by grad students. Two applied social psychology PhD students have casual conversations about issues relevant to graduate students in psychology and beyond. This is Grad School aims to provide a place for grad students to decompress, process, and discuss the real experiences graduate students have, both positive and negative.
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Grad School Grind
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Grad School Grind

Drs. Banaszewski, Kelly, Markette, and Markette

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Welcome! If you are in a doctoral program already or considering one, this podcast is for you! We will dive into all topics related to a post-grad work and particularly what will help you be successful in a doctoral program. Our hosts are Dr. Chuck Banaszewski, Dr. Seanan Kelly, Dr. Nick Markette, and the program is produced and edited by Dr. Jo Markette.
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This podcast is perfect for anyone in graduate school working on a doctorate, or maybe you're thinking about going back to school. Here, we talk about graduate degrees and living very real lives. Now, I am the "APA Queen." So, yes, we will talk about the journey of tackling graduate writing successfully, but we also talk about real-world issues that sometimes make the journey feel impossible. This show will help you navigate the terrains as a doctoral student, and I share gems as an editor, ...
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Have you ever found yourself Googling something after a client left a session? We all have. Sh*t You Wish You Learned in Grad School aims to answer the Googlable questions we all have as both clinicians and private practice owners. Mental health care professionals know that after grad school our learning truly begins and never, ever ends. Together, let’s stay informed and up to date on anything and everything related to running a therapy practice. We go beyond theory and focus on what you ne ...
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A 30 minute radio show featuring one to two graduate students each week. This is an opportunity for our grad students to showcase their research to the Queen’s and Kingston community and how it affects us. From time to time we will also interview a post-doc or an alum or interview grad students in relation to something topical for the day. Grad Chat is a collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and CFRC 101.9FM
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There’s more to being a grad student than lectures and problem sets. Sometimes, an opportunity presents itself where you get to work on practical solutions to world problems. Today, the gist is with Ayanfeoluwa Akinbola, Chimwemwe Chibuye, Chidinma Uka, Eric Atiemo, and Rodrigue Birka (AKA members of Team Africa), who were named as finalists in the…
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Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XFJ0PMPEvN4 Hey folks! In this episode, I talk about three resume tips that I spoke about in a recent Instagram livestream. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gradschoolsucks/ Subscribe to the newsletter: https://www.gradschoolsucks.com/newsletter…
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You know how we feel about Yoko Ono 'round these parts, so when we realized her birthday was coming up, it was the perfect time to reconnect with friend of the show Madeline Bocaro, who wrote a great biography of the artist titled, In Your Mind- The Infinite Universe of Yoko Ono. So we did. We talked about the book, what Yoko thought and the overal…
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Development and Application of Autonomous Multi-Agent Underwater Robot Swarms for Environmental Monitoring and Response in Canadian Freshwater Lakes. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website.CFRC.ca Podcast Network
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This episode is part one of a mini-series, FLOWERS: An Ode to Modern Black Scholars Explore the captivating work of Professor Tressie McMillan Cottom, a renowned cultural critic, sociologist, and award-winning writer. Her insights challenge conventional wisdom and reshape our understanding of society. Allanté uncovers the breadth and depth of her i…
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Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ecFeos5zjcg In this conversation, I spoke with Lindsay Handren about adjuncting, or teaching part time at a university. In my conversation with her, she shared about how she got started adjuncting, the positives and negatives she experienced as a adjunct professor, the pay scale for adjuncting teachin…
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For almost 45 years, New Model Army has been fighting the good fight and calling out wrongs where they see it. Their new album, "Unbroken" is no different. We talked with lead singer, songwriter and guitarist Justin Sullivan about the new record, why they keep on recording and how collaboration can improve everything. "Unbroken" is available wherev…
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Sofia Guest (MSc student) talks about precipitation sources and summer snowfall in the Canadian Arctic, while Maddie Myers (PhD candidate) talks about how glacier surface mass change is affected by climate change. Both are part of the ICElab at Queen’s under the supervision of Dr Laura Thompson. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpa…
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Hey! Ho! Let’s Go! The Ramoms play punk rock music for punks of all ages. Their loving tributes to both their children and the Ramones are the type of things that make you wanna be sedated. (Or if you’re listening to the Ramoms, playdated.) For more information on the group, and to learn when they’re playing near you, check out their website. Or yo…
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The worry never seems to end when it comes to graduate school. Yesterday, you were overwhelmed by graduate school applications; after that, you worried about getting a study visa. Now you're here, staring at your laptop screen as you try to decipher what's in a Ph.D. dissertation anyway. If you're in this position or planning for the future, this e…
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Jalen Harris first came to prominence on American Idol, but that's just the beginning of his story. Since then, he's starred on Broadway in The Lion King and he's currently playing Eddie Kendricks in the touring company of Ain't Too Proud to Beg. And now he's sharing his own voice with his EP ManneKin. We talked with Jalen about his journey and how…
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Kharoll-Ann’s research examines the “#MoiAussi movement (#Metoo)” in the province of Quebec from the perspective of Black feminist activists and black women survivors. Angela Stanley’s research looks at “Queer and Disabled Afterlives of Racial Eugenics”. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduat…
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Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZJrGCwvgCVo In this episode, I chat with Dr. Alexis Jameson about her new career as a medical writer. Other topics include how to write a resume for industry, life as a fully-remote worker, and parenting in academia vs. industry. Connect with Alexis on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexis-jame…
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Jon Scott worked as a record promotion guy with a lot of great artists, but his most important, and meaningful, relationship was with Tom Petty. (In fact, Jon can be credited for breaking Petty, long after the record company gave up on him.) In his new book, Tom Petty and Me, Scott recounts a life-long friendship with one of the great American song…
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Heather has two primary objectives. The first is to demonstrate Public Pedagogy’s role as a foundational tenet of liberal democracy in that it promotes responsible citizenship and fuels social change through knowledge acquisition. The second is to build an evidence-based case for establishing a national museum of women’s history, amplifying the lit…
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Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0l3YEZfj42M Hey folks! This week I talk about how to take your goal for 2024 and make it SMART, which stands for SPECIFIC, MEASURABLE, ACHIEVABLE, RELEVANT, & TIME-BOUND. I walk through how to use the SMART framework both for a personal goal of mine as a content creator as well as how you can use it t…
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Wa Wa Zat?!? David Lee Roth has been a part of the public conversation for almost 50 years. And in that time, the polymath has constantly been confounding expectations. Darren Paltrowitz examines both the man and the myth in his new book, "DLR Book: How David Lee Roth Changed the World," available right now. For more information, you can follow Dar…
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Evalyn talks about her research-creation project that reflects on the relationship between arts leadership, creative practice, and cultural change. Using songwriting as an embodied, queer feminist method, this ‘portfolio’ format thesis includes three songs and six written chapters to examine the experience of being the Artistic Director of Buddies …
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One day, you’re sitting in one of the best law firms in Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria, living up to your dreams of contributing to cases that spark your heart. The next minute, the spark seems to start diminishing, there’s a global pandemic that literally has everyone at a standstill. Today, we are catching up with Imade Iyamu, an MBA candidate at Columbia…
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In this episode, I talk briefly about what I expect to see on the 2024 job market, what that means for you, and the three goals I have for Grad School Sucks for this new year. Sign up for my weekly newsletter here: https://www.gradschoolsucks.com/newsletterMatthew Carlson, PhD
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Jazz musician has seen the world, playing with some of the greats of the genre. Now, with his new record, Peter and his group, Generation S, recorded the whole album, live in studio and on-line. On top of playing, Peter is teaching, helping introduce people of all ages into the joys of the art form. For more information, check out Peter's website, …
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A look at what is happening in graduate studies at Queen’s this winter! It’s all about celebrating research. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat…
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Wrapping up what has been going on in 2023 within graduate studies at Queen’s University. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chatCFRC.ca Podcast Network
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Watch this episode on YouTube Here are the top three conversations of 2023. See the links below to the full interviews! 1. Karen Parada, MS Apple Spotify Google YouTube 2. Joe Stubenrauch, PhD Apple Spotify Google YouTube 3. Ashley Ruba, PhD Apple: Spotify Google YouTubeMatthew Carlson, PhD
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Lol Tolhurst knows of that which he speaks. As the founding drummer of The Cure, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer had a great vantage point to the evolution of goth style. And in his new book, "Goth: A History," Lol tells that story. It's part memoir and part study of an art form- and it's all really enjoyable. (As is his new record.) "Goth: A Histo…
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Mal Evans knew the Beatles from their earliest days. He was a bouncer at The Cavern Club. And from there, his friendship and his working relationship with the group only grew. (You might remember seeing him in the Peter Jackson film, "Get Back," where Paul asks him to run out and buy an anvil.) While Mal unfortunately didn't live long enough to tel…
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Ozlem primarily talks about our weekly blog, Gradifying – Who Writes It, and Why? The beginning of this session however she talks about her own research on “irregular migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States”. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctora…
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Vince looks at queer sociality through the Boys Love media, a genre that portrays homoerotic relationships between two men by straight female creators for often assumed straight female readers. This genre was developed in Japan after WWII and was argued to liberate women from gender constraints. Since then, the genre has gained tremendous popularit…
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Natasha is particularly interested in Barbauld’s contributions to public debate in the nation following the French Revolution in 1789, which some Britons supported as an example to follow. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/…
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Singer/songwriter Eddie Berman has created yet another album of songs that feel like he's whispering in your ear. And, again, he writes from personal events, ones that make the songs all the more relatable. "Signal Fire," the album, is available starting January 19th. For more information, check out Eddie's website, and follow him on Facebook.…
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Click here to watch this episode on YouTube In today's episode, I cover three specific steps you can take to ensure that your next job interview performance is effective and experience is painless. Click here to register for my upcoming live online workshop on how to get your first non-academic job!Matthew Carlson, PhD
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Johnny Zambetti and Ben Rothbard, better known as The Palms have been recording music for a while, but they only taking it out on the road now. Their music is filled with 1970s Laurel Canyon harmonies, a little pop rock and... well, a little bit of everything. For more information you can check out their website.…
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In today's episode, I share five (5) critical tips to help you finish during one of the busiest seasons. It's the season most doctoral students feel like quitting and giving up. Well, do not......Listen to this episode first! Let's dive in!Dr. Tonya Vetter
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Watch this episode on YouTube In this episode, I chat with my friend Kyle Ireton about his transition from his academic postdoc in neuroscience to his data-related industry roles in biotech and clinical trials. We talk about: The viral twitter debate that led to him leading academia His experiences in contract vs W2 roles What to do if you don’t ha…
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The Baseball Project is a band devoted totally to baseball. (Guess that's kinda self-evident by the name.) But the group is also made up of some pretty damn good musicians- Peter Buck, Mike Mills, Scott McCaughey, Linda Pittman and Steve Wynn. (They've had some other bands that have done okay for themselves.) The band put out their third long-playi…
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Happy Monday! In this belated episode, I share three things that I'm grateful for as well as three quick tips to help maximize your LinkedIn profile. Click here to register for my upcoming Live Industry PhD WorkshopMatthew Carlson, PhD
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The Ethiopian criminal justice system relies on spoken language and written communication for its day-to-day business. In principle, the system is supposed to serve everyone equally without any discrimination based on legally prohibited grounds. In Ethiopia, there are about 2.5 million Deaf and hard-of-hearing people most of whom rely on either sig…
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The relationship between Elvis Presley and Colonel Tom Parker is one of the most successful ones in music. A new book by one of the Colonel's protegees puts a new spin on the relationship and legends of this fascinating relationship. We talked with co-author Marshall Terrill. The book is available November 28th.…
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It's the perfect moment to give you a sneak peek into the inner workings and the people shaping Grad School Buddy. A team that is tirelessly working to provide everything you need to navigate graduate school. Exciting things are coming in season three; we can't wait to share them with you! So, stay tuned for the content heading your way. Click the …
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Watch this episode on Youtube In this episode, I talk with Dr. Zeb Larson about his transition from getting a PhD in History to working as a software engineer. We talk about: Freelancing in the curriculum development field The benefits and dynamics of a coding bootcamp How to find a great job after a humanities degree The role of informational inte…
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Blues Traveler is back with a second volume of classic songs played with the emotion the band can bring to them. Traveler's Soul is available now. We talked with guitarist Chan Kinchla about the song selection, tour dates and, the band's friendship with TLC. To pick up a copy of the record, to find show dates, or for even more, just check out the b…
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Society benefits from altruistic individuals, but despite decades of research across disciplines, effective long-term interventions to increase altruistic behavior remain elusive. Therefore, we need to understand why, how, and when individuals will behave altruistically toward others (or not). For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage…
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It's the research proposal and research defense season. Many students need clarification on who's in charge when it's time to respond to feedback on their papers. Is it the chair or committee? In this episode, I share five ideas and discuss this issue. Let's dive in! https://www.dissertationdoctor.org #leadership #educators #dissertationdoctors #gr…
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If you are lucky, you get one class in grad school that focuses on sexual health and how to help clients navigate the various topics around sexual health. Therapists talk about sex without clients all the time and many feel unprepared. In this episode, Sarah Watson, the founder of Simple Sex Education, shares her experience in working with clients …
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Watch this episode on YouTube This episode covers seven things that I have learned about resumes and job hunting from other industry PhDs, through my own research, and during informational interviews with recruiters (these are gold mines of information). The main clip for today's episode comes from a webinar I recently conducted for grad students a…
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This week we get a fascinating look into the heart of Nashville and, in many ways, all the music we talk about every single week. The Country Music Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving and promoting country music in all its various incarnations. We talked with RJ Smith, a writer & editor for the museum about his job there (he just started!) as w…
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Examing the role of private lending practices in Canada’s international higher education system, focusing on the socio-economic impacts of predatory lending on international student experiences in university towns. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website…
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