Applying to Graduate Programs in the US
to be delivered by Talin Lindsay, American Research Institute of the South Caucasus
and Purdue University
Date: June 23, 2015
Time: 4:00-6:00 PM
Location: Mkhitar Heratsi 7, 2nd floor, ARISC Armenia Branch Office, Yerevan, Armenia
RSVP: Armenia “at” arisc. org
While a graduate degree from the United States can be seen as an asset in the job market, the application process can be both foreign and expensive for international applicants. This discussion aims to help prospective applicants better understand and prepare for the application process to humanities and social science graduate programs in the US.
Talin Lindsay has been working in university administration in the US for eleven years. She has served as the Graduate Program Assistant in the Department of Germanic, Slavic and Semitic Studies as well as the Comparative Literature Program at the University of California, Santa Barbara for four years. Since 2010, Ms. Lindsay has been the Graduate Program Assistant in the Department of Anthropology at Purdue University.
This event is free and open to the public.
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