How to Get Into Graduate School
Tuesday, November 1, 2016, 7:00 pm
Morris Complex, Room 130
The History Department will sponsor a “How to Get into Graduate School” program on Tuesday, November 1st, at 7:00 pm, Morris Complex, Room 130.
Topics to be Covered
Deciding to apply to graduate school or not; researching programs and graduate schools; history or another program of study; traditional or online instruction; graduate application process and filling out forms; essays; obtaining letters of reference; preparing for an interview; GRE and other tests to take—and test preparation; setting up a placement file; cost of graduate education and funding sources; types of acceptance, full-time vs. part-time, and opportunities created by graduate study.
Following formal remarks by the panelists, audience questions and discussion will be welcome.
Amy Benedict-Augustine, Director, Career, Development Center, SUNY Oneonta
Patrick J. Mente, Director, Graduate Studies, SUNY Oneonta
Yuriy Malikov, Associate Professor, History
Miles Jahnke, SUNY Oneonta alumnus (History/Criminal Justice) and master’s degree candidate in Criminal Justice at SUNY Albany
William Simons (moderator/event coordinator), Professor, History, SUNY Oneonta
Open to the entire College community.
Complimentary light refreshments will be available.
For further information, please contact program coordinator and moderator
William Simons at William.Simons@oneonta.edu
The SUNY Oneonta History Department
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