SO YOU WANT TO GO TO GRAD SCHOOL SERIES

We began 2018 with a five part series with advice for current and potential graduate students.

Some of the details may be particularly useful to students pursuing history degrees, especially food history. However, most of these tips are applicable for other humanities and social science degrees.

In order to ease reading, the links for this series are included below.

Part I: Deciding to Apply
Do you actually want to go to graduate school? What are some of the benefits? What are some of the downsides? How do you know if you want to apply?

Part 2: How to Apply!
Does applying to grad school seem overwhelming? Here are some tips both for program applications and advice on funding options!

Part 3: Are You Sure?
It is okay if you are still not sure. Here are some other things to consider.

Part 4: Surviving and Thriving in Grad School
Don't just survive grad school- THRIVE! Grad school should be challenging but it doesn't have to be miserable.

Part 5: How to Read in Grad School
What are some tips for efficiently reading during grad school (this is useful for undergrads too!)

IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANTED US TO COVER IN THIS SERIES?

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