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Now Is the Perfect Time for Black Women To Apply To Doctorate Programs

If you’ve been thinking about going back to school, this is your sign!

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Covid-19 has ushered in a global recession. And if this recession is anything like the one of 2008, more people will apply to graduate school this year, as those out of work consider investing in higher education as a way to…




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Ijeoma Kola, PhD

Ijeoma Kola, PhD

Historian of race & public health. Founder of Cohort Sistas for Black women pursuing doctoral degrees. Always wanted to be a doctor & a writer and now I’m both.

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