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  1. I know it's still crazy early, but I applied to the Literature PhD program at KU, and the English Dept. secretary said applications would be reviewed in January. Anyone who's been accepted to the program before know if that means I might actually hear before April? Don't mind me. Just torturing myself here. Thank you!
  2. I'm picking my clinic placements and I'm trying to balance what I really want to do (ENT/Swallow) with what will give me the contact hours I need. Are there any KU students that can tell me what are the average contact hours for any of the following: Lawrence Campus FACS LEAP SAT KUMC ENT Clinic Garden Terrace Swallow Parkinson Children's Place I know I can really clean up hours-wise if I do LAP/RAP but I really, really don't want to do that!! ARGH!
  3. Hello, I was wondering if anyone had any insight regarding PhD programs at Pitt, Ohio State, or Kansas University. I had initially wanted to accept an offer at Pitt, but was offered a spot at Kansas University and Ohio State. The funding packages for these 3 programs are relatively similar. None of the programs are particularly engaged in research with the population that I have an interest in, but all have stated that they are willing to help me explore ways in which to get my needs met. Thank you!
  4. So as of recently I have found out that University of Texas at Dallas, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and University of Kansas have all accepted me. Now comes the hard part, figuring out which school to go to. I am interested in working with adults, particularly aphasia. What I need to know is what makes each of these programs unique, how their externships work, essentially everything that the websites cannot tell me. I am also needing suggestions on apartments in these areas, if anyone can help it would be much appreciated.
  5. Hi all, I'm currently a first-year MSW at University of Kansas (which is awesome!). My husband is applying to MBA programs to start in the fall (I don't have enough room in this post to explain the background, but it does actually make sense that we're on this weird timeline). We thought we would stay separated so I could finish out my program then join him, but it looks like we'll (our daughter and me) be going with him. I think this is the best choice for our family, but I'm super-stressed about the applications for transferring and my chances of getting into these schools. I really don't have a lot of choice, as these are the places he's applying and so I just need to do it and hope for the best. i'm applying to: University of Pittsburgh University of North Carolina (UNC) University of Michigan Has anyone else done this? What are your thoughts on my chances of getting in? I'm trying to specialize in gerontology, so I hope that boosts my chances, but I'm still just wicked nervous. I don't want to wait for him to finish his stuff, THEN come back and finish mine--it's just too long of a wait. Any advice or thoughts are greatly appreciated! EDIT: I'll include my stats in case those make a difference: 2 AmeriCorps terms, 3.49 GPA undergrad, headed towards 4.0 graduate, going to take the GRE soon for UNC (but am not anticipating doing wildly terrific on it, will probably be in 80th percentiles for v and q).
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