My guess is that students believe that they'll be the exception to the rule. Consider this post an open thread on how to effectively find an adviser in graduate school. What are you considering as you choose an adviser?
A networking community for students, alumni and graduate employers to facilitate the employment and recruitment process (Students and graduate employers join this group to network before we launch - http://t.co/E33P6UvkCU)...
University of Chicago graduate students looking for a teaching position at a public research university recently got an insider's look into that hiring process and work environment. Almost 100 students gathered in Ida Noyes ...
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