Career Development Series: Pursuing Doctoral Studies in Social Work and Related Social Science Disciplines

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Career Development Series: Pursuing Doctoral Studies in Social Work and Related Social Science Disciplines

April 19, 2017
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM

About the event

Are you thinking about pursuing doctoral studies?

Do you want to learn from successes and helpful lessons?

Come and hear from a panel of doctoral students from various schools and disciplines.

Ask any question you may have!

About the Panelists

Hangyi Chen, LMSW, received her MSW from NYU. She will begin her doctoral studies in Counseling Psychology at Fordham University this fall.

Yalu Zhang is a doctoral student at Columbia School of Social Work, focusing on aging and health policies in the U.S. and China.

Yeqing Yuan, LICSW, is a doctoral student at NYU Silver School of Social Work. Her research interest 

Yixia Cai completed her MSW at Columbia School of Social Work. She will start doctoral studies and the University of Wisconsin-Madison this fall with a focus on poverty and inequality.

Yixuan Wang is a Ph.D. candidate and adjunct instructor at Fordham University, mainly focusing on the migrant population in China, and comparative social policy studies between China and the U.S. 

Yong Gun Lee is a first-year doctoral student from South Korea and identifies as a cisgender gay man (of color). His research focus is HIV prevention involving men who have sex with men.

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Columbia Affiliations
China Center for Social Policy