Graduate & Medical School: The Experience

Meeting Details.

Thursday, November 13th
C-103 Holmes Hall
7:30 pm


What do you do as graduate/medical student? Transitioning from undergraduate to graduate school, how tough is it really? How do grad/med students pick a mentor? Did they have a choice? Do they have a mentor? Social life? Marriage? How much time do you spend studying, sleeping, socializing in grad school? What’s the grading scale like? How much choice did you get in picking a research project? Do you you have your own research project? Do you have to teach? How much?

Any of those questions bothering you?

Graduate school students from the both humanities and lab sciences, as well as, a medical school student will talk about their experiences thus far in graduate or medical school with a focus on their first year experiences followed by a question session.

Hope to see you there!


About msuhpssa

The History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science Student Association (HPSSA) was founded in January 2012 by students in Lyman Briggs, a residential college for the sciences at Michigan State University. History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science, often shortened HPS, plays an integral part in Lyman Briggs by bridging the sciences and humanities in student education.


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