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Emory University

Total Grad Surveys 10
Females 5
Males 5
Avg years at University 2.7
Research Quality B+ (7.6)
Research Availability A+ (9.7)
Research Funding A- (8.7)
Graduate Politics A- (8.6)
Errand Runners A (9.6)
Degree Completion A- (8.5)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] A+ (9.7)
Sufficient Pay A- (8.3)
Competitiveness A- (8.7)
Education Quality A- (8.8)
Faculty Accessibility A- (8.6)
Useful Research A (8.9)
"Individual" treatment A- (8.8)
Friendliness A- (8.6)
Safety B+ (8.0)
Campus Beauty A (9.5)
Campus Maintenance A+ (9.8)
University Resource/spending A (9.6)
Extracurriculars A- (8.5)
Success-Understanding B+ (7.7)
Surrounding City A (9.0)
Social Life/Environment B+ (8.0)
Research QualityB+
Campus MaintenanceA+
Oh, Emory, my second Alma Mater! If INov 22 2010Other
Oh, Emory, my second Alma Mater! If I were to do it all over again, I'd come back without any hesitation. In fact, I did have to leave Emory for a semester for a family reason, I transfered to a different university. Then I realized that nothing can be compared to Emory and its friendly, collaborative environment, so I came back. Great education, great networking, great science!
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Jan 28 2008Unknown
Great graduate program. Good faculty and excellent research centers (mass spec, X-ray, NMR).
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Research Topic(s): Organic Chemistry
If you are anOct 26 2007Business - Management and Administration
If you are an international student like myself, please do NOT consider Emory University. This is a small school with professors with tiny minds except for their "Georgia way of thinking."
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Sep 15 2007Public Health
Overall, an excellent university.
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The PHD program inJul 07 2007History/Histories (art history/etc.)
The PHD program in History is a nationally ranked, collegial, highly professional program. It is small enough so that you get to know everybody, but large enough so that you have the resources that you want. Emory is one of the wealthiest universities in America, so funding is generous.
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Below is an E-mail from a professor whichApr 20 2005Public Health
Below is an E-mail from a professor which sums it all up!
-----Original Message-----
Dr. Liff,
Tables 3 and 4 are complete, but I will spend part of today examining
evidence
of effect modification before handing them in.
After that I will proceed with lab excercise #5, but I am missing notes on
this.
The dates associated with the notes should be 3/1-3/3. Do you have these and
may
I come by today after 2pm to pick them up? When is a good time for you?
Thanks
David
David, I think we have been through this before. Are you aware of how
disruptive this is? I have provided handouts with holes punched in them.
If you put them in a notebook, they would be organized, and you would know
what you are missing in advance. Since you cannot get to class regularly,
you should have asked someone to pick up notes for you. If you lose them,
you should copy them from another student, and not make that my
responsibility.
Please make sure of ALL of the handouts you are missing and let me know. I
will put them in your mail folder one time. I won't do it again.
Sorry for my being grumpy about this. I know that working full-time and
taking courses is difficult, but you should realize that there are 57
students in the class. These individual problems, weeks after we have
finished a topic, and missing handouts weeks later, are disruptive.
I do want to see you finish, but only you can assure that. Getting yourself
organized is the way to start.
Please put all of your handouts in a notebook, and let me know ALL of the
handouts you are missing, lab or lecture.
Good luck. jml
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