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Attaining A Graduate Degree From A US College Or University Is Not An Easy Task. Even Applying For Acceptance Into A Graduate Program Can Be Daunting. A New Study Shows That Application Process, Especially When It Comes To A Doctoral Degree, Is More Difficult For Minorities, Especially Those With Asian Names. Daybreak Asia's Ira Mellman Spoke With Katherine Milkman, An Assistant Professor At The Wharton School, The Business School At The University Of Pennsylvania In Philadelphia. She Was One Of Three Researchers Who Carried Out The Survey That Dealt With The Encouragement The Applicants Received When They Were Interested In Speaking To A Professor About Applying For A Doctoral Program.