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MIT Sloan PhD Program will be joining the DocNet consortium for an overview of business academia and a recruitment fair at Harvard Business School.
MIT Sloan PhD Program will be joining the DocNet consortium for an overview of business academia and a recruitment fair.
During this conversation between Deborah J. Lucas and her advisee, Joanne Im, they will talk about their work and what it is like to be a PhD student in finance.
During this webinar, you will hear from the PhD Program team and have the chance to ask questions about the application and admissions process.
During this conversation between Ezra Zuckerman Sivan and his advisee, Brad Turner, they will talk about their work and what it is like to be a PhD student in Economic Sociology.
During this online Q&A, you will have the opportunity to ask PhD Program staff your application-related questions prior to submitting your materials.