Best graduate school podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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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.
 
The “Graduate School Insider” is a podcast series focused on topics that concern those who are interested in biomedical research and are considering pursing a PhD or an MD/PhD. Your host is Dr. Keith Micoli, assistant dean for Postdoctoral Affairs at NYU School of Medicine, who will be interviewing students, postdocs, faculty, and others on the matter. Podcast participants share their experiences and offer words of advice for anyone who is considering embarking on this journey.
 
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Graduate students who decide to remain on the academic track will find themselves needing to approach research a little differently as a postdoc. Dr. Sumru Bayin, a postdoctoral research fellow at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, shares his experiences.
 
MD/PhD programs are highly competitive, and it’s important to know what sort of information and experience would help you get ahead of the rest. Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Mark Philips, Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program ...…
 
What does getting an MD/PhD actually mean? What does the training consist of, and how is it different from getting just one degree? What can one do with an MD/PhD, and who is best suited for this track? Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, explains.…
 
Applying to graduate programs is a daunting task, and it’s sometimes difficult to figure out what sort of experience would set your application apart from the rest. Hear what Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and Dr. Susanne Tranguch, Assistant Dean fo ...…
 
Many college graduates who are drawn to the sciences consider graduate school as the next logical step for them, although for some, this seems like a very long road. When considering whether getting your PhD is the right thing for you, it’s important to keep in mind what doors having a PhD can open for you when you’re done with your studies. Dr ...…
 
Many college students decide to get a taste of graduate school by spending a summer in a research program. This is a great way to learn about programs, gain research experience and meet faculty at graduate schools. Dr. Naoko Tanese, Associate Dean for Biomedical Sciences and Director of the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, and ...…
 
Especially at larger academic institutions, it’s not always easy to know what labs to choose for rotations, and how to make sure that the lab that you end up in is the right one for you. Ashira Lubkin and Emily Radke, both graduate students at the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, discuss the topic. Associated Labs: Victor Torr ...…
 
Many people who are thinking about coming to New York for their PhD have questions about what it’s like to live in the big city – Where to live? What’s there to do? How affordable or unaffordable things might be? How easy it is to get around from place to place? Lydia Grmai and Phillip Geter, both graduate students from the NYU Langone School o ...…
 
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-u ...…
 
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 st ...…
 
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/st ...…
 
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