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What is Grad School and Why is it Great?

Wednesday, November 22, 2023
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online - Register on Zoom
social science

What is Grad School and Why is it Great? FSS Mentoring Event for Undergraduates

The Faculty of Social Science invites all undergraduate students at any level to a general information session about graduate school. What is grad school? What is it for? Why is it great?

The session will include a presentation led by Professors Kim Clark (Social Science Assistant Dean for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Decolonization) and Elizabeth Hayden (Social Science Associate Dean for Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies), followed by time for questions and general discussion.

The session will be held on Zoom, to make it more accessible to all, and will be recorded so that students who are unable to attend at that time can view it afterwards.

While we know that advanced students who are getting ready to apply for graduate school will benefit from speaking to faculty mentors in their own disciplines, many other students may be just starting to wonder about grad school. All are welcome at this general session. Come ask your questions, or just listen.

This event forms part of the Faculty of Social Science Mentoring Across Career Stages series and was organized in collaboration with the Social Science Students’ Council.

Kim Clark
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