The history graduate study contains 80 carrels for history grad students in residence.
Priority is given to first-, second- and third-years.
The shelves are labeled with your name and carrel number.
You may not store papers or personal impedimenta on these shelves.
Books that are not charged out will be removed and returned to the circulation desk by the shelving staff.
Each carrel also has two nearby shelves assigned to it.
To apply for a carrel, use the form at Space Application/ Access to the history graduate study (A-8-B) is restricted to students who have assigned carrels in the room, and to other history graduate students.
If you are a history grad student and need access, email [email protected] ask to be added to the prox card list.
Whether based in the laboratory or not, the thesis should demonstrate a solid knowledge of molecular biology and of the problem under analysis.
It should move logically from this background to one or more clearly articulated, testable hypotheses.