Welcome to Grad School: The Secret Syllabus

  1. Thanks Professor Mullaney! Great intro! I’m in a multiyear MA program right now at the University of Washington. Looking forward to diving into this tutorial and learning everything I can about being successful in this academic season.

    1. So glad to see your comment! I’m as excited as you, and can’t wait to share what else is in store. And if you have any requests, don’t hesitate to share them! -Tom

  2. Hello! Thank you for the introduction. I’m a recent MA graduate from Linköping University and am now applying for PhD programs. I’m looking forward to learning from you and others in the community!

    1. Hi Kenna, so nice to meet you! I’d love to learn more about what you work on, and what you were studying at Linköping. Also, I just posted an overview of the “syllabus” of the program, if you want to check that out on the homepage. -Tom

      1. My degree is in Ethnic and Migration Studies! For my thesis I focused on climate migration, specifically how the relationship between gender, migration, and climate change is articulated at the level of international institutions and the ‘neoliberalization’ of climate mobilities.

  3. Thanks for the wonderful video. Looking forward to all of the great tips and insights. I would greatly appreciate if at some point you could touch upon grants & scholarships for international students aspiring to pursue an academic career in the US.
    Again, many thanks for your work it really means a lot!
    Cheers all the way from Tbilisi, Georgia 🙂

  4. Hello! Thanks for developing this program. I am in a combined BA and MA program for Industrial and Organizational Psychology at The Chigaco School of Professional Psychology, with two years to go. My program has some great resources, but I definitely need tips from a diversity of resources. I am looking forward to learning more from you this year!
    – B

    1. Hi Bethany, It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m so glad to hear that this program looks helpful to you. I’m working hard to make sure it addresses as many practical aspects of academia as possible, while also taking time to offer broader perspectives and frameworks. I’m excited to be working together! All my best and talk to you soon, Tom

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