Why and How to Apply for a PhD: A panel on Pursuing Doctoral Studies

Some of you may be considering doctoral studies. If so or if you want to learn more about pursing doctoral studies, please join us on Friday April 4th at 4 pm to listen to a panel of faculty and current graduate students discuss their experience of the application process for a PhD, the nature of doctoral studies, why or why not to apply to pursue a PhD, and other important information about the application process. All students from all programs and campuses are welcome. Please let your friends from other programs know about the panel, if they would like to come along.

Why and How to Apply for a PhD:
A panel on Pursuing Doctoral Studies

Friday April 4, 2014, 4-6 pm- Room C197, GC

Are you interested in applying for a PhD and want to learn more about this process?
Come listen to a panel of faculty and students discuss their experience of the admissions process and why to pursue doctoral studies.

Panelists:

Dr. Jennifer Furlong, Director of Career Planning and Professional Development, the Graduate Center, CUNY.

Professor Glenn Hendler, Associate Professor, Chair of the English Department, Fordham University.

Professor Kristen M. Shockley, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Baruch College, the Graduate Center, CUNY.

Aneta Samkoff, PhD Student, Art History Department, the Graduate Center, CUNY.

Nora Slonimsky, PhD Student, History Department, the Graduate Center, CUNY.
Moderator: Professor Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis, Visiting Assistant Professor and Deputy Executive Officer, MA in Liberal Studies, the Graduate Center, CUNY.

SP2014_DoctoralStudiesPanel_VERTICAL.pdf

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