I'm interested in the master's program in the College of Forest Resources. Anything you can tell me-- experience you had prior to applying, what the faculty is like, did you think the program gave you solid training in science-- would be really helpful. I'm really interested in the restoration ecology and forest ecology research groups. Thanks to anyone who answers!
Hello from scenic New Jersey. I am looking at the PhD, Cognitive Studies program in the School of Education. I've written professors, but don't seem to hear back (with the exception of one that is outside the program)
It would be helpful for me to start a conversation with other grad or phD program students who are in the school; help me become familiar with some of the professors and the general ins and outs of the school and program.
I'll be starting the Information School's dMLIS program in the fall, and would love to find a couch/floor to crash on near university for the five day, four night residency. I can pay some, and the schedule looks pretty packed, so I'd be a fairly non-invasive house guest--leaving at 7:30, getting back around 10. I think it starts 9/25, and I'd leave that Friday after classes.
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Im a senior, at UTD, double majoring in NSC and BIO. I am looking at the neurobio grad program, and I was just wondering how the program: classes, professors, etc is from the people in it. I will be applying this summer, for next fall.
If you applied to a UW Grad School you should let the community know about your acceptance! I am still waiting to hear something and hopefully it should come any day now.
I applied to Univ of Washington's English Dept as an MA student. I am eagerly awaiting word back. When did you receive your acceptance? Was it through the mail,email, snail or by phone?
If I get accepted people...I will tear the roof off this mofo and crank up the traffic! You can guarantee it! This site seems a bit too quiet.
Finally...anyone play pickup soccer on or near campus?
I'm a new poster, I was directed here from the uw community.
So, are any of you currently working on your MLIS degree? I'm a prospective applicant - well, I will be. I'm a junior right now (history major), but I figure its never too soon to start thinking about what I can to do look even better on my application. I'm just curious to hear about what your undergrad major was, what kind of volunteer work you did if any, you know, what did you do to get in. I'm looking for any good info. Thanks!
I'm debating applying to UDub for an MSW (Masters of Social Work) for the Fall of 2007. Can anyone tell me a bit more about the program, what they like/don't like, etc? Any information at all would be great!
As for my undergrad, I'm a dual degree City and Regional Planning and Religious Studies major at Cornell University.
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any of you art majors or master students at UW? Im thinking of applying for fall 2006 and was hoping to find out about the program from a students opionion. What are the strengths and weakness of the program? hows the location and professors? why did you chose it over another schools program
thanks for your time if you can help me, I really appreciate it.
Looking for 2 male UW grad students to play intramural flag football!
Games are Friday at 6:30pm. We're in the Olympic division (grad students, faculty, staff only).
email ee_football@u if you're interested