6 Tips for a Successful Graduate School Transition

GradSchoolShopper's class of 2014 celebrates the upcoming graduation. 
Photo Credit: EbonyG00052_LuMaxArt; 2014

Congratulations, it’s early-spring and GradSchoolShopper.com has helped you find and get accepted into your dream school! Below, we’ve created a list of six important actions you should take to create a seamless transition into the world of graduate school.

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APS March Meeting: A Hit for GradSchoolShoppers

APS March Meeting 2014 Logo.

Take a moment and visualize being in a convention center, full of the brightest physical scientists in the world – making engaging presentations about every category of groundbreaking, cutting-edge, scientific discovery imaginable… and you’re at the APS March Meeting!

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Physics Skills Keep Preemies Breathing

Photo: Flickr/bradleyolin (cc).

Breathe! The quantitative research skills you pick up as a physical sciences student qualify you for even more than you think. Like improving medical procedures to make sure premature babies keep breathing.

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Boise State’s Growing Grad Programs

Students at the Will Hughes lab, Materials Science and Engineering

in Materials Science & Engineering

It only opened its doors in 2002, but Boise State University’s Material Science and Engineering (MSE) program has already grown into a grad program to be reckoned with.

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Direct from the Director: Biomedical Physics at Ryerson University

A happy bunch: Ryerson's Biomedical Physics grad students

Ryerson University in Toronto is a destination for students wanting to study medical and biomedical physics.

What makes Ryerson’s graduate programs in biomedical physics so desirable? It’s a combination of factors

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Advice to Students

You want to be at a school where you’re going to be happy, because this will facilitate your ability to finish your degree. Choose locations and programs that offer a work-life balance in order to maximize your potential for success. — Crystal Bailey, Education and Careers Program Manager at the American Physical Society, Podcast Episode #2

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