A podcast miniseries featuring conversations with Duke University graduate students about the opportunities and challenges they face during their journeys through graduate school. Produced by Stefan Waldschmidt for the Duke Graduate School.
This show aims to provide interesting information to graduate international students who are interested in polishing their English and gaining a deeper perspective on U.S. American culture.
Supporting Atheist Students is the 2015 project of the College Student Populations graduate course at Florida State University. Report, bibliography & resources are at www.CollegeAtheists.com
In the third and final installment of “Figuring It Out,” Christina Davidson (Ph.D.’17 History) talks with host Stefan Waldschmidt (Ph.D.’17 English) about her research on the A.M.E. Church in Santo Domingo and her experience in various Humanities Labs at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute. http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/333872180-user-…
In the second episode of “Figuring It Out,” host Stefan Waldschmidt (Ph.D.’17 English) talks to Zhihui Cheng, a Ph.D. candidate in electrical and computer engineering, about his research, his experience in The Graduate School’s Emerging Leaders Institute (ELI), and mental-health challenges for graduate students, which Cheng and several other studen…
In the first episode of this podcast miniseries about opportunities and challenges in graduate school, host Stefan Waldschmidt sat down with fellow English Ph.D. student Meghan O’Neil and discussed, among other things, her wanderings across disciplinary boundaries at Duke and seeking mentors outside her own field. http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream…