Keithkwok Posted February 9, 2017 Share Posted February 9, 2017 (edited) I just discovered an old thread at http://www.socjobrumors.com/topic/red-flags-for-graduate-programs-and-advisors/page/2?replies=23 Someone said that it would be a red flag if your prospective "advisor only 'co-authors' with students (or former students)." I am confused why it should be seen as a red flag? Thank you! BTW, I have a list of factors that some senior students suggest me to take into consideration when deciding which program to join: 1. Never go to a school to do PhD simply because of one professor. There should be more than three faculty members that you want to work with. 2. Avoid programs that ask PhD students to TA too many courses. Edited February 9, 2017 by syf08678 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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