So, you've been called in for an on-campus interview. Now, prepare yourself for around three days of meeting people, giving talks, and plenty of sit-down meals.

Meals and meetings

During a panel discussion at a science and technology career symposium hosted by New York University's Langone Medical Center and other New York City sponsors this month, Vassar College's Teresa Garrett said her interview at the primarily undergraduate institution was "exhausting," but that, at the end of it, she had an overall sense that she'd done well.

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