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DisasterBin

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About DisasterBin

  • Rank
    Caffeinated
  • Birthday 02/10/1994

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    St. Louis
  • Application Season
    2018 Fall
  • Program
    Ph.D. in Social Work

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  1. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Congratulations!!! Brown School is a fabulous place for research and study!
  2. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Dude, don't give up. At least there will be a few top students declining the Brown School and heading to Umich and others.
  3. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    I applied for these three schools with strong international resources and Columbia.
  4. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    I think they have announced the acceptances; perhaps, they need more time to compose the waitlisted.
  5. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Columbia University just replied my email inquiring the time of decision announcement. They will send out the decision by early March. By the way, has anyone heard anything from Umich recently?
  6. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Emmm...Understandable...Their MSW program is also very small. Haha
  7. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Same with you. SAD... I am curious how many positions do they provide every year...
  8. DisasterBin

    WUSTL MSW 2018

    The Brown School provides various difficulty levels of courses for students. For challenging myself, I chose a lot of advanced courses, which made me exhausted but happy to sharpen my mind and research skills.
  9. DisasterBin

    WUSTL MSW 2018

    Actually, I am an international student and my tuition fee is paid by my government. Therefore, I am ignorant about the debt loan; however, the Brown School provides generous part-time student working opportunities and research fellowships to the master students. Also, the apartment rent is low in St. Louis. I individualized my concentration as Health Promotion in the Global Settings, which combines International Social and Economic Development and Health two concentrations. I met several fabulous faculties here, like Prof. Lesorogol, Prof. Stiriz, and Prof. Ssewamala; and, they support me a lot in the academic and career development. Moreover, the Brown School is wealthy, which is important to offer various activities and experiences to students!!!
  10. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    I think the applicants who are accepted have received a phone call; however, I and several applicants I know have not heard anything back.
  11. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    = = I am wondering if Boston College announced the acceptances last Friday? I saw a post in the results search. Does anyone know this?
  12. DisasterBin

    Fall 2018 PhD (Social Work/Social Welfare)

    Not sure...Their official website says everyone should know their results before March 1st.
  13. DisasterBin

    WUSTL MSW 2018

    I am currently studying at the Brown School. I would like to provide some insights if you guys have specific questions.
  14. DisasterBin

    BC School of Social Work

    Two years ago, they directly sent out the acceptance letter to my email with a reply sheet. I think results would be announced next week. GOOD LUCK!
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