Posted September 26, 2012
Rob Gee, a Ph. D. candidate in the History Department, has recently become a permanent member of the gradhacker community. Gradhacker is a popular InsideHigherEd.com blog written by graduate students for graduate students addressing topics such as technology, professional tasks, wellness related topics, and productivity. Gradhacker’s mission statement describes the site as, “dedicated to creating a community of grads who can benefit from hearing the stories, tips, and challenges of others who are experiencing the same things.” Gee’s first post is titled “Community, Wellness, and the Economy: It’s What’s for Dinner” and discusses food, cooking and the benefits of joint meal preparation for academic communities. You can read Gee’s post here.