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The Information School at UW-Madison is recruiting applicants to our PhD program. All PhD students are fully funded for five years, including tuition, stipend, and health insurance. Students in our program receive individual mentoring from faculty who have expertise in a wide range of areas in information and computer sciences. Broadly, we are recruiting PhD students in all of the following areas: Bibliometrics, science of science, scholarly data analytics Book history and print culture Children and media Consumer health informatics Crowdsourcing/peer production/c
This is a cautionary note to the shiny-eyed prospective graduate student that dreams of actually learning something in this pile of steaming hot shit. If you have any self-respect and dignity, I entreat you, do not waste precious years of your productive life in this hell hole. Stay in your home country instead and learn from online courses, trust me, you'll learn more. You'll be lucky if you escape this farce of a department unscathed. The tenured professors sit on their fat asses and shit on the graduate students because that's how they can validate their miniscule ego. Some little shits hav
I am interested in going to Germany, Norway, Sweden, France of Finland to study because they have free and top notch education. I would like to get my Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology and already hold a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. I know there are thousands of programs taught in English in those countries. However, I am having trouble finding a Master's program in Speech Language taught in English. Anyone know of any?