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      Fri Jun 17 2016 03:21 AM

Just letting everyone know I will be graduating from Georgia Tech with an EAS degree in December of 2016! (I'm one credit hour short of graduating right now) So I am now looking at graduate and PhD programs, though I think I would prefer to stay at Georgia Tech, I am more than willing to entertain other university programs. So if anyone has suggestions or thoughts, feel free to let me know how I go about the next step in this long and winding road!

M. S. Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Tech - May 2020
U. Arizona PhD program starting August 2022

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