ss2player Posted May 16, 2014 Share Posted May 16, 2014 Hey y'all, So I'm contacting potential PIs to meet with when I look for a place to live, and potentially to rotate with/join their lab come the fall. A couple of them have said they don't have the funding to take any students next year, but I'm welcome to do a rotation with them. Now, it's my understanding that the rotations are meant for you to find a thesis lab, so would rotating without that opening be a "waste"? I'm sure I'd enjoy the 10 weeks and pick up some skills, but the 3 rotations we have are precious and I want to use them wisely. Should I tell them thanks but no thanks? Or is it worth it for the experience? Not sure what the protocol is here. Thanks in advance! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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