The doctoral degree recipient surveys are to be completed by PhD students only. There are two distinct surveys to complete. Upon completion of the first survey, students are directed immediately to the second survey.
At the conclusion of the first survey (conduced by the
University at Buffalo), please click the "finish" button to be
directly routed to the second survey (the "Survey of Earned
Doctorates"). Be sure to complete both surveys.
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