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<h2>Announcements</h2>
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* Announcing a new Wiki Raffle!  Welcome the new cohort by adding to the '''[[Advice for New Graduate Students]]''' page between August 23rd and September 6, and you could win a $50 gift certificate to Amazon.com.  
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* New to the program? Check out the '''[[Advice for New Graduate Students]]''' page.
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* Congratulations to Marcel Paret, winner of the first Wiki Raffle!  Thank you to all who participated for helping to make the [[Teaching & Working]] page as wonderful as it is.
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* Please add any proposals or other materials that you have from successful applications to the '''[[Successful Funding Applications and Statements]]'''
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* Visit the newly created page for '''[[Fall 2007 Theory QE Discussion|Discussion about the Graduate Theory Requirements]]'''.
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* Take a look at the new '''[[Teaching Resources]]''' and consider adding your own valuable contributions.
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* Check out the new '''[[Sociology Graduate Students Association]]''' page.  
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* Upcoming and '''[[Current events]]'''
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<h2>Topics</h2>
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[[Graduate Studies & Research]]
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[[Graduate Studies]]
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[[Research]]
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[[Graduate Student Life]]
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[[Teaching Resources]]
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[[Health Care & Staying Healthy]]
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[[Working Inside and Outside the University]]
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[[Bureaucracy & Money]]
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[[Bureaucracy & Taxes]]
[[Financial Aid and Fellowships]]
[[Financial Aid and Fellowships]]
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[[Professionalization and Life after Berkeley]]
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[[Publishing and Presentations]]
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[[Living in the Bay Area]]
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[[Academic Job Market]]
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[[Life and Wellness]]
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* This wiki is open to graduate students in the sociology department at the University of California, Berkeley. To get an account, send an email to '''socwiki AT gmail.com'''.   
* This wiki is open to graduate students in the sociology department at the University of California, Berkeley. To get an account, send an email to '''socwiki AT gmail.com'''.   
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* Feel free to email us with any questions, even ones that may seem silly.
 
* This is a free-form, democratic, and open space where we contribute to building a database of all the soc info we need to get through life here at Berkeley. You are encouraged to add your knowledge!
* This is a free-form, democratic, and open space where we contribute to building a database of all the soc info we need to get through life here at Berkeley. You are encouraged to add your knowledge!

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Founded and operated by the sociology graduate students at UC Berkeley

Announcements


Topics

Graduate Studies

Research

Teaching Resources

Working Inside and Outside the University

Bureaucracy & Taxes

Financial Aid and Fellowships

Publishing and Presentations

Academic Job Market

Life and Wellness

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