Navigating 'The Admissions Dance' From the Faculty Perspective | GenomeWeb

Blogger Prof-like Substance writes about what he calls "the admissions dance" wherein graduate students are accepted to, and placed within, a group in his department. At his university, the faculty employs a "mixture of our own recruiting," and interviews a subset of program applicants as well.

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