Graduate students from US institutions nationwide are invited to apply for ComSciCon 2015!
Calling undergrads, graduate students and early career scientists interested in exoplanet studies and/or astrobiology to apply for the Emerging Researchers in Exoplanet Science Symposium and/or the Astrobiology Graduate Conference.
In the first of a series of posts, several of our Astrobiters talk about their experiences taking a year off to do research before starting graduate school.
I find that thinking about major undertakings and not knowing where to start can be extremely stressful. How am I supposed to know to be on top of something if I don’t even know I’m supposed to do it? In my experience, and maybe in yours as well, applying to grad school can be like that. This timeline is supposed to be a general outline for applying to astronomy graduate schools in the US generally from the perspective of a US-based student.
Are you an American interested in applying abroad to Europe for graduate school? Here’s what you need to know!
How Dylan Nelson produced amazing, interactive visualizations of the Illustris simulation