Mark your calendar for two upcoming workshops for Draper students. RSVPs are appreciated: call 212.998.8070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you’ll be attending.
Master’s Thesis Workshop
Friday, March 11 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Draper Map Room
Led by Professor Steven Moga and Robin Nagle
This workshop is primarily intended for students who are in the early phases of thesis preparation, but also for those at later stages of the process. Students will receive guidance on how to refine their topics and narrow the scope of their theses, and on some of the basic mechanics of writing their work.
Ph.D. Application Workshop
Friday, April 29, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Draper Map Room
Led by Professors Rebecca Colesworthy and Nina Hien
This workshop is a mini-orientation session geared towards students who are either considering a Ph.D. or those who are already in the early stages of the application process. It is also relevant to students who are interested in general information regarding doctoral degrees and those who need some guidance as to what they should be prepared for in terms of the application process. Some general issues that will be tackled are:
* How do I know if a PhD is right for me?
* Setting realistic expectations of the PhD process and future career trajectories.
* Choosing a department as well as a university that is a good fit for me.
*What to expect in terms of the contents and deadlines for a PhD application.
* Using Draper as a resource for making decisions about a PhD and a career in academia.
We encourage all Draper students who are interested in future doctoral studies and have questions regarding the same to attend this workshop.
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