Posts tagged: Graduate school - Diverse


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2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Felipe Blanco

by | March 25, 2021 Academia is where Felipe Blanco, a third-year public administration Ph.D. student at the Univer Read more

2021 Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Danielle Baker

by | March 23, 2021
Danielle Baker has long been concerned with human trafficking — the process whereby individua [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Vinicius Rios

by | March 22, 2021
Dedicated to swimming, Vinicius Rios had hopes of reaching the Olympics. That passion led to a [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Amanda Parks

by Pearl Stewart |
The daughter of mental health professionals — a mother who is a licensed clinical social work [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Jaylon Uzodinma

by | March 19, 2021
Jaylon Uzodinma knew he wanted to design aircraft since he was eight years old. A kid “infatu [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Cherish Taylor

by Pearl Stewart | March 18, 2021
For Cherish Taylor, having the opportunity to spend her 11th and 12th grade summers at the Mass [...] Read more

Graduate Schools Make Adjustments to Meet COVID-19-Related Challenges

by Lois Elfman | March 16, 2021
Graduate schools flipped in-person courses to a remote model when the nation entered quarantine [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Bria Macklin

by Pearl Stewart | March 15, 2021
Bria Macklin began her career in chemical and biomolecular engineering during her senior year i [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Nzinga Mack

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Nzinga Mack grew up with anatomy and physiology textbooks lying around the house. She had older [...] Read more

2021 Rising Graduate Scholars: Meet Yang ‘Eileen’ Chen

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The journey between undergrad and graduate school doesn’t have to be immediate and direct, li [...] Read more

Am I Too Diverse for Academia?

by Melissa Callaghan | October 22, 2020
When I turned 7 years old, my friends found it rather strange that my family cooked a pig under [...] Read more

Graduate School Enrollment on the Rise

by Lois Elfman | October 9, 2019
Graduate school applications and first-time enrollment are on the rise with the largest increas [...] Read more

Groups Stick Up for Grad Students in Letter to Lawmakers

| July 16, 2019
A laundry list of 32 higher education interests, student organizations and science societies th [...] Read more

Has The TA Run Its Course?

by William F. Tate IV | May 27, 2019
Like most doctoral students, I served as a TA (teaching assistant) during my time in graduate s [...] Read more

Success Comes At a Price

by | March 7, 2019
While the number of low-socioeconomic status (SES) and first-generation students attending gra [...] Read more
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