It's about that time of year for those of you who might have obtained offers to attend a graduate program. I'm curious--anyone out there get an offer to start a program in the fall? Maybe even multiple offers? It's about that time of year when most schools are requiring everyone to accept or decline and I'd love to hear if you're happily embarking on the whole graduate school fun-house!
(And I swear I will have some good posts coming up. It's just that this:
is coming up very soon for me, and I've been a tad bit busy: It would be a whole lot more exciting if #1: my dissertation was complete and signed off, and #2, I had a job or at least some kind of plans for what the heck I'm going to do once I'm done...)
Also, anyone up for a guest post? Something you have been dying to discuss about grad school life or otherwise? Just let me know!
Been there, done that.
After six years of grad school, there are a few things I've picked up from personal experience and a whole lot of time talking with other female grad students (AKA procrastinating). I've always wished there had been some kind of handbook about how to handle the whole world of graduate school, so I figured I'd start a friendly place to discuss what it's like to be female in grad school, and maybe pass on some wisdom too!