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Questions about how age of the researchers and applicants to higher education may affect their opportunities in academia and their research productivity.

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No, so far as I can tell, age is not a negative for application to graduate school in the US. But you will have to explain your reasons for wanting to do a PhD and provide some evidence of your …
answered Aug 3 '18 by Nicole Hamilton
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It could be hard to get into a PhD program since potential advisers will be looking for students who will have many productive years ahead to establish a legacy. But you don't need a PhD to be a lect …
answered Dec 3 '17 by Nicole Hamilton
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As you get older, it is basically dead certain that you will at some point be reporting to someone who is much younger than you are. Think about why that has to be true. If you're still stuck, ask y …
answered Dec 20 '17 by Nicole Hamilton