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Dartmouth College

Total Grad Surveys 4
Females 1
Males 3
Avg years at University 1.3
Research Quality A- (8.4)
Research Availability B- (6.4)
Research Funding A- (8.4)
Graduate Politics B (7.1)
Errand Runners A- (8.8)
Degree Completion B+ (7.8)
Alternative pay [ta/gsi] A (9.1)
Sufficient Pay C+ (5.7)
Competitiveness A (9.2)
Education Quality B+ (7.5)
Faculty Accessibility A+ (9.7)
Useful Research B+ (7.6)
"Individual" treatment A+ (9.6)
Friendliness A (9.3)
Safety A- (8.4)
Campus Beauty B+ (7.6)
Campus Maintenance B (7.1)
University Resource/spending A (9.6)
Extracurriculars A (9.5)
Success-Understanding B+ (7.9)
Surrounding City C- (4.1)
Social Life/Environment C+ (5.7)
Surrounding CityC-
Faculty AccessibilityA+

I'm at the TGI (Dartmouth institute for health

Oct 17 2010Public Health
I'm at the TGI (Dartmouth institute for health policy. I'm an MD and came here as a mid career change. The program is a bit of a scam. The website is full of info on the faculty that have published and influenced the national debate on health policy. It's implied that these are your teachers. In fact you never see any of those faculty and the course info prior to enrolling is extremely scant and vague. When you get here you find you're taught by in experienced faculty (mostly, not entirely). You have no advisor (in GRAD SCHOOL??), no one to talk to about anything, you're assigned to rather remedial "group projects" that remind me of high school. It's a big disappointment and very expensive.
Dartmouth College
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