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  1. I am waiting to hear about a masters in Zoology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, a masters in Biological Sciences at the University of Tulsa, and a masters in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at Ohio University or the University of Connecticut (UConn). Does anyone know if it's normal that I haven't received any news by this point? There's hardly any info on here about when they've historically sent acceptances and rejections.
  2. My first grad app was to Ohio State EEOB Ms program which was due on Nov. 15th. Why would they have the application deadline so early if they are not going to send out decisions until after the holidays?
  3. Hey EEB and comparative bio people, does anyone have a sense of how Richard Gilder is perceived by "the scientific community" i.e. the givers of employment and grants? Or just contribute anything you've heard about them from sources outside of the program. Especially with regards to the recent Cladistics twitter feud. I'm doing my interviews now and my first was at RGGS, which I really really liked. However, they are a very young program so it's difficult to get a sense of their reputation and one unaffiliated professor told me attending would be "professional suicide". A little startlin
  4. Hello everyone!! I have asked advisors, family, and friends to take a look at my first SOP draft to no avail. Now I am resorting to strangers. If anyone could take a look at my SOP and let me know what I should work on, that would be awesome. My field is evolutionary ichthyology. Thank you ---------------------------------- My appreciation of biology flourished as my understanding of evolution grew. I have always observed nature with wonder, but did not have the opportunity to learn about the complicated web of relationships between all living things until college. Once int
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