Two workshops being offered on Friday, April 26 at 4pm-5pm offer guidance for Grad School-bound students.
Taughkannock Falls Room: How to Survive and Thrive in Graduate School
A panel of current and recent graduate students talk about choosing schools, financing their advanced education, and managing the grad school workload. The students are working in Information Sciences and Teaching and have chosen a variety of ways to earn their degrees: City Year, on-line programs, and traditional graduate school.
Ithaca Falls Room: Publishing on Popular Culture
Two professors and an editor talk about publishing in the fields of Children's Literature, Sociology and Fan culture. Learn how to build up that resume for Grad School applications!
These programs are part of the Pippi to Ripley: Feminist and Fantastic Popular Culture conference. For a full schedule of events see: