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Research in the Humanities & Social Science: Near Peer Panel - Shared screen with speaker view
Katherine Rothstein
30:54
What opportunities for undergrads to do research are available? Are any paid?
Ariella Lang
42:40
If you're curious, here's more info about the Mellon Mays (you can only apply during your sophomore year!): https://urf.columbia.edu/fellowship/mellon-mays-undergraduate-fellowship
Yunzhe Nie
43:38
Hi! A question to Wendy - could you speak more about your experience interning at the Federal Reserve Bank? How does that compare with doing a research with a professor as an undergraduate?
Susan Li
53:07
Hi! I was wondering if the panelists, particularly those in the humanities, can speak about the factors that matter the most in graduate school applications, in terms of research, professor recommendations and relationships, GPA, coursework, and extracurriculars. I was also curious about your thought processes in deciding to go straight for a doctoral program vs. pursuing a Master’s first.
Ariella Lang
01:00:28
If you have an independent research project that you want to pursue during the summer, you can apply for funding. Here are two resources that may be of interest: https://urf.columbia.edu/fellowship/cc-summer-research-fellowships and https://urf.columbia.edu/fellowship/cce-summer-funding-programs
Yunzhe Nie
01:07:43
Thank you very much, Wendy!
Susan Li
01:18:37
Thanks so much!
Sinziana Stanciu
01:18:53
Thank you!
Katherine Rothstein
01:18:54
Thank you!
Tayeeba Ahmed
01:19:02
Thank you !
Gloria Robberto
01:19:02
Thank you!