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AUDC Class of 2018

Congratulations to the Arts Umbrella Dance graduating class of 2018. After two years in the very intense Graduate program — training and rehearsing for six to seven days per week, learning and rehearsing up to 12 hours per day, and performing with AUDC in Mixed Nuts, the Sunday Performance Series, Season Finale, and some extra performances along the way (the 2017 European Tour, and many others) — you’ve done it. 74 more words

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One Degree Not Enough? CSI Has Plenty of Options

An Overview of Graduate Studies at CSI

By: Dominick Wojtas

Sometimes, having just one diploma doesn’t make you feel like you’ve had enough education. It’s okay to yearn for more knowledge, and there’s plenty available if you just look around. 606 more words


Evaluation & Applied Research Methods PhD at Claremont Graduate University

The Research

Researchers in our Division of Behavioral & Organizational Science apply behavioral and social science research and evaluation methods to the understanding and amelioration of social problems and to the formulation of public policy.

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Reflections of a First-Year MFA Student

I don’t think anyone anticipates that an MFA program, or graduate school in general, will be easy. Your professors will expect more of everything from you—time, work, effort—than your undergraduate professors did. 1,177 more words

Thoughts about culture

This is going to be a pretty random, short post that is mostly the product of procrastination, but nonetheless, I feel like sharing my thoughts about this. 506 more words


Graduate Acceptance Letters Distributed

By: Madison Thompson

On March 26, the University of Louisville Communication department distributed letters to the students who have been accepted to the Graduate program. The requirements for the Master of Arts in Communication program include GRE (Graduate Record Examination) scores in the 50th percentile, a GPA (Grade Point Average) above a 3.0, and three academic letters of recommendation. 250 more words

Madison Thompson

University of Pennsylvania PhD Program in Quantitative Methods

The next program that I wish to explore more deeply is the U Penn PhD program in Quantitative Methods. From my initial research, the program had great support and additional benefits that other programs didn’t offer, including the opportunity to be a graduate student RA in the dorms. 796 more words

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