Thinking About Grad School? Workshops to help…. 4/18, 25 & 27

Thinking About Grad School?

Considering grad school, right after Wes or down the road?  Find the process daunting or confusing?  Want insight into the timeline and how to get started?  Then check out these three graduate school presentations sponsored by the Career Center.  They will give you a heads-up on the application process, how to go about deciding which school or program is for you, and when to start thinking about graduate school.

We’ve Been Through It: A Panel of Faculty/Grad Students
Featuring: Professor Lauren Caldwell – Classical Studies (PhD & MA University of Michigan, BA Princeton University),

Professor Sarah Carney – Psychology (PhD CUNY The Graduate Center, MA Wesleyan University, BA Connecticut College),

Professor Courtney Weiss Smith – English (PhD & MA Washington University, BA University Of Dayton),

PhD student Justin Cherny – Biology (BS & BA Roger Williams University)

Wednesday, April 18th, 12:15 – 1:00 pm, Olson Commons in the Career Center

What Does it Take to get into Grad School?
Featuring: Yale Graduate Assistant Deans of Admissions Robert Harper-Mangels ’92 and Allegra di Bonaventura 

Wednesday, April 25th, 12:15 – 1:00 pm, Olson Commons in the Career Center

The Nuts and Bolts of Applying to Grad School   

Featuring: Brian Nangle, Area Coordinator in ResLife (MA University of Virginia, BA Colgate University) 

Friday, April 27th, 12:15 – 1:00 pm, Olson Commons in the Career Center