Right now, I am keeping track of some of my success spirals publicly on this spreadsheet. You can read more some details about why I’m doing this in a previous post, but the basic point is to do a live walkthrough of using success spirals to fight off procrastination and actually accomplish things. My plan […]
Month: January 2016
Academia or Industry? A Brief Guide to Jobs After the Ph.D.
As a Ph.D. student, one of the questions I hear most is: academia or industry? Every time I meet someone new and they realize that I’m close to graduating, that’s the question I hear. Every time I meet an old friend at a conference, that’s the question I hear. Even when I meet people in […]
Live Success Spiral Walkthrough for 30 days
When I started this blog, I posted a tutorial on how to set up and use success spirals to live your day-to-day ideals. Ever since then, I’ve wanted to do a live walkthrough to share exactly how I use these spirals in practice: From the inception of the success spiral through to its review phase. […]
A Guide to Fellowships for Computer Science Ph.D. Students, Part 2
Applying for graduate fellowships is a great use of your time as a computer science Ph.D. student, even if you do not have a strict financial need. Here are a few reasons why. Note that this post is the second of a two-part guide on graduate fellowships for computer science Ph.D. students. In a previous […]