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During Moran Chen’s time as a University of Virginia physics doctoral student, she helped set a world record in an area of physics that could play a crucial role in giving rise to a prototype quantum computer.
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From Ph.D. to Public Radio: Q&A with BackStory editor Robert Armengol (GSAS Class of 2013) Former anthropology graduate student Robert Armengol lived in Cuba for two years on a Fulbright fellowship while researching the growing phenomenon of entrepreneurship in the Castro regime’s socialist economy. After completing his doctorate in 2013, Armengol jumped into the academic job market to seek a teaching position before taking an unexpected turn down a different career path.
It wasn’t that long ago that the Student Council of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences struggled to draw much of a turnout for its meetings. The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences enrolls about 1,200 students in 30 programs of study, yet only five years ago, most Council meetings drew less than 10 graduate students.