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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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Grad School Sucks

Matthew W. 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.
 
Grad School Buddy is an unconventional podcast that answers all the nagging questions that you have about the graduate school experience. Our conversations start from the beginning when one is unsure of 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 thoug ...
 
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 ...
 
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, ...
 
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
 
Amin and Randall discuss life as graduate students in a southern metropolis. Join us as we journey through thesis papers, practicum experiences, academic feuds, and blossoming friendships. Will Amin find her prophesied husband? Will Randall find an apartment without a rat infestation? Check out our latest episode to find out!
 
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.
 
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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Kelly Lynch, EMT, LCSW discusses what therapists need to know about brand marketing. Kelly provides clear and actionable steps to begin identifying and curating your brand. Kelly Lynch is an EMT, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Life Coach, Personal Fitness Trainer, and Nutrition Coach. She has been supporting humans through their journeys and chal…
 
You may remember Muzzins from our conversations around the Summit Indie Fest. Well, the group is back with a new single, "Send It Back." We talked with 1/3 of the group, singer Rayna about the philosophy of the group, the power of 3, and the new genre of music, "girth rock." "Send It Back" is available on BandCamp and can be streamed on all the usu…
 
Ashley Ruba, PhD is a formerly NIH-funded Research Fellow who know has a career in User Experience Research at Meta Reality Labs. Ashley joins the podcast to talk about how toxic positivity in conversations about the academic job market is ultimately unhelpful, how she landed a UXR job making over three times her postdoc salary, and why grad studen…
 
Why is there need for affordable housing and how can policies assist? 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-chatKirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
In today's episode, we talk to Chinedu Nmegwah (AKA Chinez) about how he manages a 9–6, an online master's degree from Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria, and organizing Pop Culture Africa Award (PCAA), an annual award celebrating event organizers in Nigeria. As a Kings College Old Boy, one of the things he has learned is how to make lemonades out of …
 
In this episode, hear from Angela Crumdy, Ph.D., a Provost Postdoctoral Fellow who is currently researching the social lives of Black women primary school teachers in Latin America and the United States. Angela is also the creator behind the Instagram page, Grad Girl Wellness. We discuss wellness barriers you may encounter on your grad school journ…
 
Rebecca Love, LCSW (She/her) discusses the importance of understanding countertransference and its impact on your work with clients as well as yourself. This is one of the most important issues to understand in your work with clients and is rarely discussed. Rebecca Love is an entrepreneur and army veteran from Sacramento, CA. Her passion for helpi…
 
There's a new app designed to make music listening a little easier, and maybe even put a little jingle in your pocket. The Ultimate Playlist, offers a mix of 40 songs every single day. You listen, rate the songs, and are entered into multiple drawings for real money and all sorts of good stuff. It's sponsored by the Arizona State Lottery. We talked…
 
Gregg Murray, PhD is a User Experience Researcher who formerly was a tenured English Professor. Gregg joins the podcast to talk about how he discovered user experience research (UXR), why academics are a perfect fit for the UXR space, and how grad students can prepare themselves to enter the industry job market. This is a great episode for folks wh…
 
In her career as a writer and reporter, Laurie Kaye had the opportunity to speak with some of the biggest names in music. And her biggest interview was on December 8th, 1980. That's when she sat down and talked with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Only a few short hours after their interview, John was shot and killed outside his apartment, making Laurie'…
 
Jennifer Agee, LCPC shares 5 simple techniques to teach your clients to help manage their anxiety symptoms. Belly Breathing Exercise Mindfulness and Meditation Flying Markers 5 Senses Grounding Technique OFFERS & HELPFUL LINKS: Jennifer Agee coaching page Counseling Community Facebook community Counseling Community Instagram Alaskan Cruise: Experie…
 
With the unprecedented events around COVID Mona decided to leverage her polymer knowledge and apply it to better understand the Corona virus. 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…
 
Liz Slonena, PhD is a clinical psychologist in private practice who specializes in working with trauma and ADHD. Liz joins the podcast to talk about how she got diagnosed with ADHD while in grad school, why burnout and exploitation are endemic in grad school (as well as what we can do about it), and how awesome life after grad school can be despite…
 
Victoria Rodriguez, LPC, CCTP, NCC and I discuss what you need to know about choosing a clinical supervisor. We share what questions to ask and how to screen for the right fit. Victoria (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice in Louisiana who specializes in health anxiety and medical trauma. As a PhD student at the U…
 
Holly Knight has written some of the biggest hits of the past few decades. From Pat Benatar's "Love is a Battlefield," to Tina Turner's "The Best," to work with Heart, Hall & Oates, Aerosmith and Bon Jovi, Holly's work is one of a kind. Her memoir, "I Am the Warrior," is an insight to her fascinating career and the lessons she's learned along the w…
 
The effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on congenital anomalies are unknown. The overall objective of this study is to fill this knowledge gap and delineate the effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on the risk of congenital anomalies using population-based administrative data in Ontario.…
 
Dr. James Hentig is a clinical research scientist and retired military veteran. After his medical retirement from the military in 2012, James went to school to conduct well-funded graduate and postdoctoral research focused on traumatic brain injuries, which laid the foundation for his current work in medical device research. James joins the podcast…
 
Education Development Associates (EDAs) are graduate students who work closely with an Educational Developer at the Centre of Teaching and Learning (CTL) to design and deliver programming to support graduate students’ and post-doctoral fellows’ ongoing professional development as educators. In this episode of grad chat, Karalyn McRae and Clarissa d…
 
Qwynn has been busy writing songs and releasing them to her fans on TikTok. Her latest single is "Beautiful Back." To hear all of her work and to get a glimpse into her life, you can follow her on TikTok. Plus, we share a friendly reminder that Dre must not be forgotten about.Kirjoittanut Heidi Hedquist/Luke Poling
 
Today, we connect with Diksha Ramesh, who left home (Chennai, India) to pursue a career in International Development in Washington, DC. She currently consults for the World Bank. Our conversations cut across various topics, including academia, where we consider what qualifications have brought her so far, and real-life hustle, where she shares how …
 
Happy New Year! 2022 was an amazing year in the grad school world, but a few things bubbled over into the "never again" column! On today's episode, I share the "Top 3 Dissertation Disasters" we witnessed. I also share suggestions to help you avoid potholes. Ready? Let's dive in!Kirjoittanut Dr. Tonya Vetter
 
Dillon Jones is a biologist and science communicator as well as the founder of Learn Adventurously, which is an online platform for science enthusiasts. Dillon joins the podcast to talk all about frogs, discuss his experiences in grad school, and describe how budding science communicators can build a following of folks who want to hear about their …
 
Sam Hollander has written with Panic! At the Disco (High Hopes), Fitz and the Tantrums (Hand Clap), along with folks like Blink-182, Carol King, One Direction, Train and RINGO STARR. Sam is talking about his fascinating career in his memoir, 21 Hit Wonder- Flopping My Way to the Top of the Charts. All the exciting, true and incredibly stories are r…
 
Happy 2023! On this new episode listen to Allante's reflections on life in 2022 and life after grad school. Big thanks to Tyler The Creator for this week's musical inspiration--hear what song (is it really a song?) is selected for the Lesson From The Trap. If you are also in a reflective mood for the New Year, follow along and fill out these three …
 
To celebrate our first year in these streets, we share everything we've learned on this journey and gift some cash to members of our community. To learn more, please listen to this holiday episode. We also share some extra resources that show : Some best practices that have helped us stay steady on this course towards building the Grad School Buddy…
 
For the first ~15 minutes of this episode, I share some thoughts about how to choose your industry career path when academia no longer seems like a great option. For the rest of the episode, I rebroadcast an amazing interview from a previous episode with Life Coach and Therapist, Shaquinta Richardson, PhD. Join My Sticker Giveaway: https://forms.gl…
 
Jamie Roberts, LMFT, and I talk about the importance of understanding the nuance of neurodiversity, the validity of self-diagnosis and leading with authenticity. In grad school, we are taught how to check the boxes of diagnosis but Jamie shares the importance of secondary questions and how listening to people with lived experience can help you beco…
 
We say goodbye to 2022 by talking with one of our favorite guests of the year- singer/songwriter Anne E DeChant. Anne has been traveling the country, sharing her gift with audiences everywhere. She's got a new truck for the new year's trek and is just about to start writing songs for the new record. It's a fun, laid-back conversation about the joys…
 
Ali Sheikh (Mechanical & Materials Engineering) -Acoustics and the Aviation Industry. Synopsis of Research: A novel acoustic panel that allows for sub-wavelength attenuation of specific, tunable frequencies at ultra-thin depths.Kirjoittanut CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Chase Baker is an industry scientist working in biotech and is finishing up his masters in molecular biology. He joins the podcast to talk about life in the biotech space (startup & corporate), what it’s like to work in industry while also being in graduate school, and how grad students can prepare themselves to break into the seemingly illusive bi…
 
During this episode, I talk with Patrick Casale, LCMHC, LCAS (he/him) about suicide. Patrick and I share our experiences as therapists and as individuals who have struggled with suicidal thoughts. We are raw and honest in this conversation and hold nothing back. We share what has been helpful for us in our journeys and how you can help clients when…
 
This week's episode is our annual crossover with our other podcast, Why? We look back on the year, reflect on what we (haven't) learned, and play some of our favorite holiday music. But don't worry, there's no Bing Crosby or Wonderful Christmastime on this play list, it's stuff we can almost guarantee you haven't heard before. Our playlist is below…
 
Jennifer Agee, LCPC discussed what you need to know for yourself and your clients about Seasonal Affective Disorder. We cover 5 areas you need to know to understand Seasonal Affective Disorder. 1.What is Seasonal Affective Disorder 2.What the signs and symptoms are of Seasonal Affective Disorder 3.Who is at increased risk for having Seasonal Affect…
 
This episode is made up of two parts: (1) a short solo episode where I share two things that I'd do differently if I went back to grad school and (2) a rebroadcast of my past interview with Dr. Savannah Young. For the short solo part (first ~20 minutes of today's episode), I discuss how I (A) chose a major professor based solely on intuition and (B…
 
Roger Street Friedman took some time off from music, but he's back with a vengeance. His new album, "Love Hope Trust" is available now and is a great celebration of a great voice with some great songs. The album was produced by Larry Campbell, which can only make things better. For more information on Roger, check out his website, or follow him on …
 
Sydney Siver is a PhD Candidate in Industrial/Organizational psychology and works as people analytics consultant in an industry setting. Sydney joins the podcast to talk about how she knew she wanted to go into industry before she went to grad school, what her role as a people analyst is like, and how current grad students can prepare for a career …
 
Emily Sterk, LCMFT and I discuss the differences of non-profit counseling practices vs for-profit private practices. Emily is the founder of Healing Towards Wellness, a non-profit counseling practice in the Greater Kansas City area. There are a lot of ways to meet the mental health needs of our communities and Emily shares her knowledge and experie…
 
We are living in very strange times, my friends! On today's episode, I will share warning signs you need to look out for as you choose editors and providers to support you as a graduate student. Lastly, you'll get about six (6) questions you should ask them when finding a potential editor or service provider. https://www.dissertationdoctor.org/…
 
In this solo short episode, I discuss why grad students need a LinkedIn profile and how to get a good first-draft profile up and running today. Add me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattwillcarl/ Follow Grad School Sucks on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/grad-school-sucks/
 
This week, the legendary trio, BETTY play their annual holiday show in New York. And if that isn't enough, they're on Kickstarter, raising the funds for a brand new album. We talked with Aly and Elizabeth about so many things, with the holidays and the new record only part of the great conversation. For more information, you can check out BETTY's w…
 
Jessica Binder, PhD is a multifaceted biomedical data scientist whose recent work was in using knowledge graph builds to aid in drug discovery efforts. Jessica joins the podcast to talk about her short career as a motorcycle stunt rider, what it’s like to be a mother in grad school, and her diverse professional experiences as a scientist in both ac…
 
Chris 'Rhino' Swenson, LMFT and I discuss his philosophy of “Rhino Mentality” and how this creates resilience as therapists and entrepreneurs. Chris is a published author and mentality coach and shared his best tips for getting unstuck and to finally start and complete writing a book. Chris ‘Rhino’ Swenson is a loving husband, father to 3, and gran…
 
The Dead Milkmen are a one-of-a-kind punk band. How else can you describe them than by saying, "they just sound like the Dead Milkmen?" We talked with Joe Jack Talcum about the group's upcoming new album, their history and why editing videos for YouTube sucks. For more information, you can check Jack's website, and for more information on the Dead …
 
Assessing how to guide the selection of appropriate treatments using polymers for environmental remediation. 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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