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Peer Tips and Advice for Students:
Peer Advice for Residency

Getting the Most Out of Your Virtual Residency
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"Just like in face-to-face residencies, you will be expected to attend all scheduled sessions, so you will want to plan so you are on time."

Getting the Most Out of Your Virtual Residency

"Carefully navigate the available sessions and compare what is required for your program versus what is required for the residency itself."

Making the Most of Your First Residency

Making the Most of your First Residency
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5 Reasons to go International for your Residencies
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"Going abroad for my second residency was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Madrid, Spain could not have been a better location for my summer international residency."

5 Reasons to go International for your Residencies


Doctoral Peer Mentor and Walden University doctoral student, Mariangelly Sierra, discusses her experience at her first virtual residency. This virtual residency was scheduled to be on ground in Houston, TX, but was changed to virtual due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

Since Walden program requirements differ, all doctoral students are advised to follow their program of study and connect with their Student Success Advisor on residency requirements.





Learn more about your upcoming academic residency at Walden University in part one of this 10-part series hosted by two of Walden's Doctoral Peer Mentors, Luis Sanchez and Rhemma Payne. Luis and Rhemma give an overview of what to expect when you attend residency.

*Originally recorded as a live webinar event by Luis Sanchez and Rhemma Payne on September 25, 2019.

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