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EDGE Lunch Workshop: Faculty Perspectives: Balancing the Multiple Demands & Expectations of Graduate School

EDGE Mentor and Fellow
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 -
12:30pm to 1:30pm
Facilitated Remotely via Zoom

Optimizing your graduate school experience is all about striking a good balance between the demands of coursework, TAing/teaching, and research and/or finding an advisor. It can be difficult to figure out where to put your time and effort in the face of multiple demands and expectations. Especially in your first years, you may wonder how to decode what's important from what's urgent and how to know if you are 'on the right' track to making good progress. 

Join us for a candid conversation with Stanford faculty about striking a good balance between the many demands placed on you in your first years of grad school.

  • Scott Fendorf, Terry Huffington Professor, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment 
  • Tomas Jimenez, Professor of Sociology



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Chris Gonzalez Clarke
Associate Vice Provost for Graduate Education & Director, EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program
Bryan Thomas, Jr.
Associate Director, EDGE Doctoral Fellowship Program