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Dear Graduate Scholar: Becoming a Pracademic
On the art of becoming a practitioner + academic
Dear Graduate Scholar: Writing Writing Like a Writer
Writing is a method, and writing is a process. Write your way to the question, revise and keep going.
Pitt Alum David Wright Combines Innovation and Artistry
Dr. David Wright, who is a recent graduate of the Theatre and Performance Studies Doctoral program, is a theatre scholar, instructor, project manager, and entrepreneur.
Spotlight on Graduate Student Scholars, Teachers, and Artists: November 
PhD Candidate Claire Syler feels pedagogy is about being vested in students’ learning processes and understanding how the culture impacts learning. Connecting her passion for theatre and learning, Syler rigorously investigates how theatre students learn in performance courses.
Dear Graduate Scholar: Teaching, Containing It and Excelling at It
Practical advice about teaching responsibilities for graduate students
Pitt PhD Candidate Christiana Molldrem Harkulich asks "Why a Mascot Matters"
In her article (recently published with U.S. History Scene), titled, “Why a Mascot Matters: A Listicle History of US Redface,” Theatre Arts Ph.D. Candidate Christiana Molldrem Harkulich examines the history of “Indian” stereotypes through eight key typical representations.
This Is Halloween...
University of Pittsburgh Theatre student Ben McClymont can’t wait for Halloween.
Spotlight on Graduate Student Scholars, Teachers, and Artists: September/October
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The first blog in our Spotlight on Graduate Student Scholars, Teachers, and Artists series! This entry features José Pérez IV, graduate student in the MFA Performance Pedagogy program, whose published article, “Fight Theatre: Experiments in Site-Specific Fights and Audience-Combatants," appeared in the Spring 2015 issue of The Fight Master.
Dear Graduate Scholar: People Make the Meal
Surviving graduate school with seminar snacks and local Pittsburgh restaurants.
Dear Graduate Scholar: Adventures in Publishing
Publishing your seminar paper can happen