Fall Preview (Virtually), October 1, 2021: Explore a Michigan PhD
Application Deadline: Friday, August 20, 2020, 5:00PM EDT
The Earth and Environmental Sciences PhD program invites juniors, seniors, recently graduated, or Master’s students, to participate in a virtual preview of our graduate program. We are eager to welcome students who will contribute to our department’s mission of promoting diversity and inclusion in the Earth and environmental sciences. This event is an opportunity for you to explore graduate school, participate in admissions workshops, and to meet faculty and current graduate students. You will learn about:
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The tentative schedule (All times are US Eastern Daylight Time; UTC -4):
Thursday, September 30:
Meet one-on-one with an assigned graduate student “buddy”
Friday, October 1:
1:00 – 3:00 PM: Information Sessions:
Graduate Chair, Jeroen Ritsema
Application session with Naomi Levin
Question and answer session
3:30 – 4:30 PM: The Smith Lecture
Edem Mahu, University of Ghana
Monday, October 4 and Tuesday, October 5
Meet with potential faculty advisors
This event is open to US citizens and non-citizens. If you come from a background that is traditionally under-represented in the Earth and Environmental Sciences and/or if you actively work towards promoting issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM fields, you are especially encouraged to apply.
More information about the Department, its programs, and faculty, may be found at our website.
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