identity

Will baking treats for my students harm my career?

Karen Stiller

I watched the older woman across the pub where my Master of Fine Arts cohort was gathering for a meet-and-greet. We were there to get to know each other and chat about our creative nonfiction writing projects. This writer had arrived...

Anna Moseley Gissing

It’s that time of year again: grading time. Are you one of those people discovering all of the scintillating articles online you missed during the semester? Or are you searching out and posting the best new memes about grading misery?

Christena Cleveland

Christena Cleveland shares an excerpt from her recent book Disunity in Christ.

Lily Liu

Comparison is one of the reasons I have always hated updating my resume. Every experience, reduced to a few paragraphs of buzzwords, always seemed inadequate. Small. Devoid of name brands . . .

Sally Ivaska

A group Bible study on identity developed by Sally Ivaska for women in graduate school.

Annie Wald

Hidden in a small red leather-bound volume with letter-press printing, Annie Wald sees a lesson for our lives.

Annie Wald

Who we believe we are can deeply influence what we do and how we respond to circumstances in life.

Grace Chiu

ABD. Grace Chiu considers how to respond to this challenging time in the life of a graduate student.

Christine Jeske

Chrissy Jeske recognizes the pressures of being “measured,” whether for grad school, jobs, or in relationships.

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