- n. UK A university student, usually already possessing a four year degree, who is working on a master's degree or Ph.D.
- n. a student who continues studies after graduation
“The Student Loan Marketing Association Sallie Mae guarantees a variety of undergraduate and graduate student loans.”
“In 1978 he and a graduate student named Bruce Wilcox convened a gathering in San Diego.”
“I agreed to teach part-time, only a day a week, to a new graduate student cohort, building on the best of my oldie-but-goodie lectures that would take little time to prepare.”
“In 2008, a sociology graduate student named Laurel Hilliker analyzed all the articles on grieving that were published in The New York Times between 1980 and 2006 and found that 66 percent mentioned or encouraged counseling of some kind.”
“The graduate student enrolled in a required internship course and was assigned to do background research for a nongovernment organization, Community Voices, that was working for passage of the clean indoor air ordinance.”
“When I was a graduate student in physical chemistry at Yale, I had the remarkable experience of taking a course in relativistic quantum mechanics from Nobel laureate Willis Lamb.”
“A friendly, winsome young woman, Gail C. would stop by my laboratory about every two weeks when I was a graduate student in biochemistry at the University of Pennsylvania in the mid-1970s.”
“Urban College is that every graduate student (alumno), wherever he may be in the pursuit of his ministry, is bound to write every year a letter to the cardinal prefect, to let him know how the writer's work is progressing and how he fares himself.”
“SEVEN YEARS later, a graduate student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Duke University submitted his dissertation.”
“In 1993 Keith Kozminski, then a graduate student at Yale, was trying out a flashy new microscope.1 The scope had all sorts of bells and whistles, including the ability to videotape cells in real time.”
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