[Coral-List] The Graduate Junction and Tomorrows-professor....

J. Michael Nolan mnolan at rainforestandreef.org
Sun Sep 14 17:54:04 EDT 2008

Always give Rick Reis, Ph.D. and his tomorrows-professor mailing list a plug at the beginning of the school year. 

They have a good thing going at Stanford U.

The post below is new and probably does not apply to all. Tomorrows-professor applies to anyone in Education, and at any level. You can see how to join at the bottom. 

Posts come 1x/month and are usually excellent to read. Thank you.

Mike Nolan....see below

The announcement below about a new website for masters, doctoral, and postdoctoral researchers should be o of interest to a number of you.


Rick Reis

The Graduate Junction

The Graduate Junction, www.graduatejunction.com, is the first website to bring together Masters, Doctoral and Postdoctoral researchers from any discipline around the globe.  It aims to provide an easy way to meet and
communicate with others who share common research interests in a global multi-disciplinary environment.  Through The Graduate Junction you can learn about current research being undertaken by other graduate
researchers all over the world.  The Graduate Junction also aims to become a central source of relevant information.

This new free online resource has been developed by graduate researchers at Durham and Oxford University (UK).  They have designed a simple, easy to use platform which only provides relevant information and
functionality.  More information about The Graduate Junction's vision, its Team and university testimonials are available online.

Launched in May 2008, early versions of The Graduate Junction, with limited publicity, attracted more than 8000 researchers from over 70 countries to register.  Now with a redesigned site, an expanded Team and articles in well established press such as The Chronicle of Higher Education (US) and The Times Higher Education (UK), the community is growing rapidly.

Please help us to build an online global graduate research community.  If presently you cannot find exact matches to your research interests, fill in some very basic details about your own research and as the news
spreads, others will be able to find and contact you!  The information listings have only just been added so it will take some time to provide comprehensive coverage.  If you are organizing a conference or involved
with a graduate journal and want to list it for free please contact us.  If you support our vision please help us spread the news to other researchers at your institution.

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