Applying to Graduate School

October 19, 2020 00:10:35
Applying to Graduate School
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Applying to Graduate School
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Show Notes

Queens College has a history of placing its undergraduates into world-famous graduate degree programs. In today’s episode, we talk to Robin Rogers (Associate Professor of Sociology), a former Director of Queens College’s Honors Program and a mentor to many students on the path to advanced degrees.

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