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Stuart Suss 
PhD Student
Posts: 1271

Loc: Chester County, Pennsylva...
Reg: 11-21-04
02-11-21 03:49 PM - Post#320650    
    In response to palestra38

Streamers, what is the application deadline for someone who is seeking a Master of Science in Nursing degree?


 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
Postdoc
Posts: 2191

Loc: New Jersey
Reg: 01-21-14
02-11-21 04:08 PM - Post#320652    
    In response to palestra38

Ivy Law and MBA programs require dedication. Hard to play NCAA atheletics.

A lot of other options though.


 
bradley 
PhD Student
Posts: 1540

Age: 71
Reg: 01-15-16
02-11-21 06:02 PM - Post#320658    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

Maybe, IL Presidents will approve a Masters in Basket Weaving to give student athletes an option at such a late date.

Hopefully, reality will settle in and IL Presidents get an earful regarding decisions that they have made over the past few years regarding student athletes. Time to stop giving these folks a free pass. Based on the announcement, it seems to almost pain them to take this "one time" action.

As a number of my friends remind me, what do you expect when it comes to sports and the IL.

 
Streamers 
Professor
Posts: 5414
Streamers
Loc: NW Philadelphia
Reg: 11-21-04
02-11-21 10:52 PM - Post#320666    
    In response to Stuart Suss

  • Stuart Suss Said:
Streamers, what is the application deadline for someone who is seeking a Master of Science in Nursing degree?



Not sure if you are being serious here Stu, of course you did not need me to look this up, but as it happens, all their deadlines have passed save for a part-time MSN program option with a March 15 deadline.

 
Go Green 
Masters Student
Posts: 787

Age: 49
Reg: 04-22-10
02-12-21 01:05 PM - Post#320688    
    In response to HARVARDDADGRAD

  • HARVARDDADGRAD Said:
Ivy Law and MBA programs require dedication. Hard to play NCAA atheletics.

A lot of other options though.




Yep.

It can be done, but I would not recommend playing a varsity sport while attending law or business school at a top-tier school....

 
SRP 
Postdoc
Posts: 3952

Reg: 02-04-06
02-12-21 01:26 PM - Post#320694    
    In response to Go Green

There is also the matter of (in the non-professional programs) a preference for “outbreeding” in admitting grad students. Elite grad programs generally think it’s better to get people who’ve done their undergrad work elsewhere.

 
mrjames 
Professor
Posts: 6012

Loc: Montclair, NJ
Reg: 11-21-04
02-12-21 04:04 PM - Post#320711    
    In response to SRP

That's generally true, but I do know of a fair number of cases that involve Ivy players going on to grad programs at their own institutions (generally not immediately though).

 
JDP 
Senior
Posts: 309

Reg: 11-23-04
02-12-21 06:30 PM - Post#320716    
    In response to mrjames

For Penn a change in policy could open up more submatriculation options ... and those likely can be done on a case-by-case basis at anytime during the year

 
HARVARDDADGRAD 
Postdoc
Posts: 2191

Loc: New Jersey
Reg: 01-21-14
02-12-21 09:49 PM - Post#320721    
    In response to JDP

Sounds like the approach UNC took with summer courses.

 
SomeGuy 
Professor
Posts: 5388

Reg: 11-22-04
02-13-21 12:12 AM - Post#320722    
    In response to Go Green

Seems like I must have been an unusual slacker in law school.

 
Jeff2sf 
Postdoc
Posts: 4111

Reg: 11-22-04
02-13-21 07:44 AM - Post#320723    
    In response to SomeGuy

i can't speak to law school but business school you could probably coast through. There's a reason they call it "B" school isn't there?

 
Streamers 
Professor
Posts: 5414
Streamers
Loc: NW Philadelphia
Reg: 11-21-04
02-13-21 09:54 AM - Post#320725    
    In response to Jeff2sf

I doubt there would be much slacking if one was actually paying tuition.

 
Silver Maple 
Postdoc
Posts: 3616

Loc: Westfield, New Jersey
Reg: 11-23-04
02-13-21 10:05 AM - Post#320726    
    In response to Jeff2sf

  • Jeff2sf Said:
i can't speak to law school but business school you could probably coast through. There's a reason they call it "B" school isn't there?



That was certainly my b-school experience. While there were quite a few students in my class who worked really hard because they wanted to graduate with honors and also, you know, learn stuff ("Knowledge is Good!"), there was also a sizable contingent that did the bare minimum necessary to get their sheepskin.

It's also worth pointing out that, depending on the flexibility of the program, varsity athletes in the first year of grad school might be able to take a lighter course load.

 
Jeff2sf 
Postdoc
Posts: 4111

Reg: 11-22-04
02-13-21 10:58 AM - Post#320728    
    In response to Silver Maple

yeah that's what i was thinking. work semi hard the first month making some connections, passing a mid term or two, then coast in q2/q3, then ramp up for q4 and do what you want in the 2nd year. and given some of these schools including penn and harvard have NINE HUNDRED PEOPLE PER CLASS, I think they can find their way to making room for a few people.

hardest part of first year was that ramp up for the intership, but I would think alums would be falling over themselves to find a spot for an internship.

 
Jeff2sf 
Postdoc
Posts: 4111

Reg: 11-22-04
02-13-21 11:00 AM - Post#320729    
    In response to Streamers

  • Streamers Said:
I doubt there would be much slacking if one was actually paying tuition.



i mean... maybe? the goal of b school for lots of people is to land a kick butt job. That is often independent of how well one does in Accounting 102.

 
palestra38 
Professor
Posts: 26503

Reg: 11-21-04
02-13-21 11:11 AM - Post#320730    
    In response to Jeff2sf

With a daughter about to start B-school at Columbia in the fall, I'll find out shortly. I'll tell you from her experience at Penn as an undergrad, though--the students these days are FAR more competitive and work FAR harder than we did back in the day. You want recommendations and good grades. Where it doesn't matter as much is where the investment banking firms send their people there, as they do in bulk. Those guys already have jobs lined up.

 
Streamers 
Professor
Posts: 5414
Streamers
Loc: NW Philadelphia
Reg: 11-21-04
02-13-21 02:08 PM - Post#320733    
    In response to palestra38

Having done my time recruiting at MBA programs, I can tell you recommendations and transcripts make a difference. Many companies and especially highbrow consulting shops only recruit from the top slice of the class.

 
Go Green 
Masters Student
Posts: 787

Age: 49
Reg: 04-22-10
02-14-21 04:58 PM - Post#320754    
    In response to SomeGuy

  • SomeGuy Said:
Seems like I must have been an unusual slacker in law school.



At my law school, the saying was:

1) Grades
2) Sleep
3) Social life

Choose two.

If you were able to accomplish all three, I salute you!



 
rbg 
Postdoc
Posts: 2578

Reg: 10-20-14
Transfer List
02-26-21 01:03 PM - Post#321209    
    In response to penn nation

Tai Bibbs and Randy Brumant have announced they will be transferring to Howard University to play for former Columbia & Harvard assistant coach Kenny Blakeney.

https://twitter.com/bibbs_tai19/status/13 651072796...

https://twitter.com/rjaybrumant/status/13 651062602...


Edited by rbg on 02-26-21 01:08 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
rbg 
Postdoc
Posts: 2578

Reg: 10-20-14
02-26-21 01:07 PM - Post#321210    
    In response to rbg

Men
Transferred
Paul Atkinson (Yale): Notre Dame
Brendan Barry (Dartmouth): Temple - playing this season
Tai Bibbs (Columbia): Howard
Randy Brumant (Columbia): Howard
Jerome Desrosiers (Princeton): Hawaii
Rio Haskett (Harvard): Hampton
Chris Knight (Dartmouth): Loyola-Chicago
Terrance McBride (Cornell): Rice
Ryan Schwieger (Princeton): Loyola-Chicago

Entered Transfer Portal
Jimmy Boeheim (Cornell)
Luke Bolster (Columbia)
Tamenang Choh (Brown)
Matt DeWolf (Brown)
Danilo Djuricic (Harvard)
Reed Farley (Harvard)
Jake Klores (Columbia)
Bryan Knapp (Cornell)
Aaryn Rai (Dartmouth)
Eddie Scott (Penn) - 2 years remaining
Jake Shaper (Brown)
Jarrod Simmons (Penn)
Joseph Smoyer (Columbia)
Gabe Stefanini (Columbia)
Riley Voss (Cornell)
Wyatt Yess (Yale)

Returning
Jameel Alausa (Yale) - taking year off, returning in 2021-2022
Charlie Bagin (Princeton) - taking year off, probably returning in 2021-2022
Elijah Barnes (Princeton) - taking year off, probably returning in 2021-2022
Jalen Gabbidon (Yale) - taking year off, returning in 2021-2022
Azar Swain (Yale)

Unclear
Mark Jackson (Penn)
EJ Perry (Brown)
Ben Swett (Dartmouth)
Jelani Williams (Penn) - possibly staying for 5th year in 2021-2022

Women
Transferred
Jadyn Bush (Harvard): Cal - 2 years remaining
McKenna Dale (Brown): Virginia - 2 years remaining

Entered Transfer Portal
Maria Guramare (Harvard)
Katie Kinum (Penn)
Dominique Leonidas (Brown)
Carlie Littlefield (Princeton)
Anna Luce (Dartmouth)
Madison Pack (Columbia)
Eleah Parker (Penn)
Kate Sramac (Cornell)
Asha Taylor (Dartmouth) - graduating after junior year, will have 2 years remaining

Returning
Alex Cade (Yale) - taking year off, returning in 2021-2022
Rachel Levy (Harvard) - taking year off, returning in 2021-2022
Maddie Stuhlreyer (Harvard) - taking year off, returning in 2021-2022

Not Returning
Tori Andrew (Yale) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Ellen Margaret Andrews (Yale) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022 (possibly has 2 years of eligibility - injured after 5 games in her sophomore year)
Sydney Boyer (Princeton) - enrolled, not entering transfer portal
Riley Casey (Columbia) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Tori Crawford (Penn) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Christina Dicindio (Penn) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
McKenna Haire (Princeton) - enrolled, not entering transfer portal
Michae Jones (Penn) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Andrea McCormick (Columbia) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Halley Miklos (Cornell) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022
Matilda Salen (Harvard) - enrolled, not entering transfer portal
Kallin Spiller (Columbia) - enrolled, no decision announced for 2021-2022

Unclear
Elle Louie (Dartmouth)

 
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