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Lopez-Smith, Renee A. [1], Johnson, Gabriel [1].

What Works for Me: Studentsí Perspectives on the Graduate School Experience.

THIS informal session is designed to discuss the transition from undergraduate to graduate education in plant biology, from a graduate studentís perspective. Students from various levels of higher education will share their experiences about getting into graduate school and making it work. Topics to be discussed will include: how to choose a graduate school and advisor thatís right for you; research funding and financial aid; coping with stress and the personal challenges that accompany the grad school transition; the necessity of networking and establishing professional relationships; and the research environment including attending meetings and publishing. We encourage educators and students alike to share their experiences and perspectives on the value and challenges involved with pursuing an advanced degree.


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1 - Southern Illinois University, Department of Plant Biology, 1125 Lincoln Drive, Carbondale, IL, 62901-6509, USA

Keywords:
UMEB
Professional Development
Graduate School.

Presentation Type: Discussion Session
Session: D7-1
Location: TBA/TBA
Date: Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006
Time: 10:30 AM
Abstract ID:1041


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