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Currently reanalyzing every second of a recent online (Zoom) interview I had with a top tier Human-Computer Interaction school. The thing I'm internally deliberating is whether or not I should have worn a suit for this online interview. I dressed business casual (clean white button up with sweater on top, and nice glasses, clean cut appearance etc.). For context, this program is considered more of a professional preparation program rather than an academic focus (yet being at the school it is, academic play a major role). Also, I'm a male. I've just been accepted into a very well known HCI school, so my anxiety has subsided a bit. What are your opinions on dress code for online interviews?
Hi everyone! I am wondering what I should purchase before I attend graduate school in the fall. Attire: I live in Texas and it does get extremely hot here most of the year. Currently I work at a very laid back clinic- most of the therapists wear jeans/sandals. I am wondering if I should invest in a couple pairs of nice slacks and purchase more business casual clothes.. or maybe wait it out and see if my school has a specific dress code (I haven't heard much from my program yet). School supplies: I have a MacBook Pro and I was thinking about getting binders and spirals for note taking. Do most students bring computers or take notes by hand? I also was thinking about getting a cross body bag instead of a backpack. Any other must have supplies that I would need as an slp grad student? ? Therapy Materials: I have been an slpa for 2+ years and I have so many games and materials that I have made and purchased. Would it be worthwhile to take some of these things with me, or wait and see what my clinic has to offer? Any help/input would be awesome. I am moving 8 hours away so I want to be prepared and make sure I don't leave anything behind:)
Hi everybody. I applied to two grad schools and got two interviews. Woohoo! The first one is a prospective student all day event at Rutgers where I will be interviewed but the interviews are described as "meetings with faculty". The second is a two-day event at Richard Gilder grad school at the Museum of Natural History in NYC. That seems like a more formal interview process where the interviews are actually called interviews. I'd love to get insight on what anyone thinks this means in terms of how to dress/what to bring. (I am a girl by the way, so suits vs slacks doesn't really apply here lol). If anyone has specific experiences interviewing for PhD programs at either of these two schools, your input would be greatly appreciated! I know this question has been asked before so I'm sorry if I'm being redundant. Thank you!