Advice from graduate Students: A summer well spent

The academic year is fairly easy to structure with assistantships and required courses. However, the three months of summer offer a variety of opportunities to advance your graduate work that aren’t in the Office of the Registrar’s schedule of courses. This past summer, several graduate students in the department were working hard and developing valuable skills as researchers, teachers, and students. We asked some of these students to share their experiences and advice for students interested in exploring similar opportunities this upcoming summer. 

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