grad advisors

David Kristofferson kristoff at
Sat Feb 20 05:14:21 EST 1993

browns at (Stuart Brown) writes:

>Someone posted an excellent article on how to choose a grad advisor
>(I think it was in this newsgroup). I meant to save it and send it
>to my wife, who is just now starting rotations at Cornell, but I
>lost it.  Could the poster please re-post or send me a copy by e-mail.
>	Thanks  -Stu

>Stuart M. Brown                             If you can remain cool when all 
>U. of Manitoba, Dept. Plant Science         Around you are in panic,
>Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA
>browns at            Then you surely misunderstand the situation

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