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The graduate school decision: What's right for you?
The graduate school decision: What's right for you?
For many chemistry students, graduate school is a key step in their career. But is it the right step for you? With the variety of graduate programs available, you have more choices than you realize, making the decision even more complicated.

In this interactive workshop, find out what types of graduate programs are available, what to expect from graduate school, and what types of careers require a graduate degree (or don’t). Faculty from a variety of programs will answer your questions so you can make the right decision for you.

After you register, be sure to download the workshop handouts at https://bit.ly/Right4You2021

Dec 8, 2021 12:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sam Pazicni, facilitator
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sam Pazicni is currently an assistant professor of chemistry education research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also the vice-chair of the ACS Graduate Education Advisory Board, serves on the Society’s Committee on Education and Chemistry Education Research Committee, and has been leading graduate school preparation workshops for over 10 years. He has earned several awards for mentorship and advocacy. Follow on Twitter: @PazicniLabCER
Michelle Boucher, moderator
Utica College
Michelle Boucher is a professor of chemistry at Utica College, focusing on the organic modification of naturally occurring sheet silicates. She is the current chair of the ACS Undergraduate Student Advisory Board and has moderated ACS workshops for years. Follow her on Twitter: @SiliconMAB