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One of the most important decisions you will make as a graduate student is choosing a dissertation advisor.
Are you struggling with trying to pick a dissertation topic? How do you know if the problem you have chosen to address is a "good problem"? What is a good scientific problem anyways?
Procrastination is one of the most common issues graduate students struggle with - putting off a task in favor of something more pleasurable, only to feel even worse later.
From the Chronicle of Higher Education, this article is a useful read for those entering graduate school and a great reminder for those already in the thick of their programs.
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