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New grad students: how to choose a faculty advisor

New grad students: how to choose a faculty advisor

In a new video on the Institute for Systems Research's YouTube channel, Associate Professor David Lovell (CEE/ISR) explains what new graduate students should consider when choosing a faculty advisor and a research focus area.

Lovell also explains how what's expected of students in graduate school differs from undergraduate studies, and gives tips for making the transition.

View the video below.

June 4, 2013


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