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International Institute. How to Build a Competitive PhD Program Application: A Faculty Panel Discussion

Paroma Chatterjee, Associate Professor (History of Art); Allen Hicken, Professor (Political Science); Reginald Jackson, Assistant Professor (Asian Languages and Cultures); Rob Jansen, Associate Professor (Sociology)

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Are you interested in pursuing doctoral studies, now or in the future? This interactive panel discussion features four faculty admissions committee veterans: Paroma Chatterjee (History of Art), Allen Hicken (Political Science), Reginald Jackson (Asian Languages and Cultures), and Rob Jansen (Sociology). Based on questions generated by International Institute MA students, as well as questions from the audience, these faculty will share their advice and insights on how to build a stand-out application that showcases your knowledge and abilities.

This event is open to all International Institute MA students, as well as undergraduate juniors and seniors, and MA students from all U-M departments.

If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation to attend this event, we are eager to help. Please contact We are able to make most accommodations very easily, but advance notice is appreciated as some accommodations may require more time for the university to arrange. All rooms in Weiser Hall are wheelchair accessible, and a reflection room and lactation room are available.
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Map Weiser Hall - 555

March 2019

4:30pm - 6:00pm

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