According to the NIH, a CV is “a document that outlines your entire academic history.” The CV is used for applications to graduate programs, applications for faculty positions at universities, fellowships, grants, awards, and other related scenarios. A CV should include your Contact information Education Research Interests Research experience Teaching experience Skills Publications Presentations Awards […]
For some students, the idea of choosing a career is easy; they know exactly what they want to do the rest of their life and the path they want to take to get there. For others, this is not such a natural concept. They come into college not entirely sure of what they want to […]
Graduate school interviews are a very important part of the application process. They are designed to see how well you fit and how successful you will be in a particular program. If you have been selected for an interview, the program already views you as a strong candidate. With a bit of preparation, you can […]
Are you interested in taking a gap year between earning your bachelor’s degree and going to grad school? Perhaps you can’t afford graduate school at the moment, need more experience to have a competitive application, or are just burned out and need a break. A gap year can be beneficial to you when applying to […]
The Emergence of Sport Psychology Prior to the 1940’s sports were not big in the public schools. However, as the emergence of sports came about, so did the pursuit of excellence, self-esteem, spectator interest, and money. As professional sports grew, along with salaries, and the desire to be at the top, the emergence of sport […]
Interview with Dr. Brian Anderson, a Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience professor at Texas A&M University. For more information on Dr. Anderson’s affective attention lab, visit http://andersonlab.sites.tamu.edu/.