What is the best way to attend a talk?

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° Ask your advisor and other graduate students what are the most important talks to attend.

° You can also search through the Program on the first day of the conference and map out what talks you are going to attend.

° Going to talks in your area of interest is helpful to learn more about the topics you are interested in and learning more about the people who do the same type of research as you, but a conference is also a time to branch out so try attending talks of other topics you find interesting or provocative.

° Once again, support your friends by attending their talks.



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