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Demystifying the PhD - Clayton Sanford - Shared screen with speaker view
Grisha Temchenko
37:01
do you know any statistics on how many students receive those 3 kinds of funding?
Robert Stanciu
37:22
do you need to have an idea before you get any funding?
Grisha Temchenko
37:24
ok, thank you
Katie Brady
37:29
Who should you ask for a letter of rec?
Robert Stanciu
38:32
thank you!
Robert Stanciu
52:59
can advisors be any faculty member, or are there specific faculty that can be advisors?
Katie Brady
57:04
How do you gauge what schools you have a shot at?
Katie Brady
01:01:41
If you didn’t get into your top programs, had you identified a tier of grad schools where you would have decided it was more worth your time to stay in industry?
Samuel Deng
01:04:06
how did you end up choosing your advisors for Columbia in specific when you got here/when you were visiting? and how stuck are you to research interests you had during undergrad/how friendly are programs to students who want to explore a bit before settling on a research direction?
Samuel Deng
01:07:22
yes! thank you:)
Samuel Deng
01:07:31
just following up on that first part you answered, did you/how did you specifically signal in your personal statement that you wanted a “fresh start” on your research interests?
Katie Brady
01:08:47
Can you mention multiple research interests( example like a theory topic and a systems topic )in your personal statement?
Katie Brady
01:09:51
Cool thanks :)
Katie Brady
01:11:54
Are you happy?
Katie Brady
01:12:50
Yay,im happy for you!
Mary
01:13:16
Thank you!!
Khawla Alhamdan (kaa2190)
01:13:32
Thank you
Chuqi Zhen
01:13:41
Thank you!!
Samuel Deng
01:13:59
thank you!!
Adiba Ejaz
01:14:03
Thank you!
Katie Brady
01:14:08
Thank you!
Laura Messner
01:14:09
Thank you!!