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Schlingensiepen on leaving space for uncertainty

Friday, March 11, 2016

Senior Marah Schlingensiepen wrote a blog article for the Consortium for Undergraduate Law & Justice Programs (CULJP) titled, “Space for Questions: Moving on from Undergrad.”

Here’s an excerpt: “After acknowledging that research was the highlight of my undergraduate years, and many conversations with great mentors, I decided to apply for doctoral programs. As I entered the application phase, the excitement wore off just a little bit because it is draining. How am I supposed to adequately present myself to this institution?..."

Read the full blog article here.



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