In the wake of last week’s post about what graduate students wish they had known going into their programs, a fellow philosophy professor suggested I ask a related question:
Graduate students, what would you like to tell your professor(s) right now, but can’t?
Given the sensitive nature of this question, I’m going to relax the commenting requirements. Normally, as per the comments policy (which you should go look at if you haven’t in a while… seriously, we’ll wait… [checks Twitter] …still waiting) you are required to either sign in via social media by clicking on one of the symbols above the comment box—
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UPDATE: See the related post, “Profs: What Would You Tell Your Grad Students, But Can’t?“