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  1. Hello everyone, My name is Michael and I am a junior undergraduate chemistry major and McNair Scholar. For my McNair Scholars class, I am required to interview a chemistry PhD student. Would any chemistry graduate student here (any specialization) be willing answer my interview questions? If so, thank you for your time as I truly appreciate it. If you are uncomfortable posting your responses in the open, feel free to PM me or I can PM you my email address. Your Name, Graduate Institution, and current year in the program 1) How different has your graduate school experience been from undergraduate? 2) How are you balancing graduate school and personal life, any difficulties? If you have an SO and/or children, has graduate school affected them? 3) How was your TA experience and how long did you TA for? Any difficulties? 4) Is your department fine or do you feel the environment is too competitive? Are your professors approachable? 5) Have you published so far, do you believe you will publish a lot before you leave? 6) What is your current ultimate career goal, and has your current graduate studies changed your career goals at all. 7) Any other information you would like to share such as unexpected hardships during your program, experience not what you thought it'd be, favorite thing about graduate school, advice to prospective graduate student, when you think you'll finish etc. is welcomed but not required. Thank you again for your time, your interview will only be used for my McNair class report.
  2. Hi everyone, I am a senior psychology major (applying for I-O psychology Ph.D program for Fall 2013) and I just found out that I got accepted into the McNair Scholars Program! I am really excited about this opportunity and was wondering if there are fellow McNair students/alumni out there that would be willing to provide some feedback on their experiences. More specifically: What were the most important things you gained from McNair going into graduate school? How has being a McNair scholar benefitted you during graduate school? Has anyone obtained the McNair fellowship during grad school? How is McNair perceived by adcomms? Anything else you feel like I would benefit by knowing/doing as I start the program? Thanks in advance for any/all feedback!
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