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About DarlingNikki

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    2014 Fall
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    Criminal Justice PhD
  1. Congrats on decisions! Believe it or not, I'm waiting for a funding offer from one additional school. I've turned down two, but I'm really interested in this last one. We'll see what happens!
  2. This is exactly what I was looking for, because I am in the same predicament. Thanks much
  3. Thanks for the link! I didn't even think about checking stats on ADPCCJ (although I used them for research when starting applications). In all honesty, I agree with you 100%. I'm potentially uprooting my family to relocate to another state, so it is definitely true that cost of living in conjunction with funding will help drive my decision. We'll see where the wind blows after I receive some answers to these questions.
  4. Great points. I'm waiting for some replies reagrding average time to degree. That will definitely have a great bearing on my decision. Honestly, I worked full time during my masters which, as you mentioned, weighed heavily on my ability to conduct research, publish, etc. So, I'm not planning to go into a doctoral program and experience the same woes. This sounds like a prime opportunity for someone that may have funding through their employment, or have some supplemental funding. Seven years seems more like a part time program, but I know it's different accros the board. My advisor
  5. Good day all! I see that a few of amongst the group have received some offers and are waiting to make decisions. I've got a question that I'm hoping someone can answer or at least provide some insight on. If you are entering a doctoral program having completed a masters, what would you consider a good funding offer as it relates to time? For instance, if you were accepted to University of ------ with full funding, what extent of time would you expect to receive funding for (i.e - 3 years, 4 years, etc)? I know this may differ amongst schools/programs, but it's something that helps (in my o
  6. Is that unconventional? I think that's awesome and I know quite a few individuals that have gone this route. Best of luck to you!
  7. I would actually encourage you to call them and gain some clarity. It's imperative if you want to make the best decision for yourself. Good luck!
  8. Howdy all! Happy to see this thread active again. Congrats to all that have received acceptances so far! I am waiting to hear from a few schools as well. Can I ask what areas you all are hoping to research?
  9. Preparing for another round of applications is no easy thing. #Tired

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    2. AdilB990


      All the best, DarlingNikki! #LiveToFightAnotherDay. :D

    3. AdilB990


      @AndeanPat: You just reminded of the Adidas slogan from a few years back: Impossible is Nothing! Love it! :)

    4. Andean Pat

      Andean Pat

      @AdilBari: exactly. I got it from there ;) and I repeat it everytime someone says something is impossible, especially my students!!! :D

  10. I'm not too familiar with that subset either. I'd love to learn a little more about the POI's you know of that already conduct research in this area. Good luck.
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