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Requesting Information from Graduate Schools Career Services Two Kinds of Information; Two Sources of Information Before requesting information from a graduate school, consider the nature of the information you seek — is it administrative or academic?
Graduate school faculty are first and foremost teachers and researchers. To gather necessary information To create an identify for yourself as an applicant.
The first goal should be self-explanatory. The second goal relates to the reality that graduate school faculty make admissions decisions. So, any correspondence you have with departmental faculty during the admission process is an opportunity for faculty who make admission decisions to form an impression about you.
Samuelson, I am writing to you regarding my interest in your research and the graduate program at Florida International University.
This spring I will graduate from the University of Maine at Farmington, and I plan to enter into a doctoral program in the fall of I am interested in plant evolution and island biogeography, and I was hoping that you might have available space in your lab for another student.
I am also interested in the opportunities for receiving financial aid at FIU in the form of research or teaching assistantships. My research experience with plant ecology involves two projects.
The first project is a survey of invasive, woody plant species in Farmington, Maine. I have been researching this topic for two years with Dr.
Drew Barton, and this fall I will begin writing the manuscript that will be submitted for publication. I am currently approaching the same stage with the second project.
I worked with Dr. Riekert and investigated the dispersion and spatial distribution of eight epiphytic and lithophytic orchid species. My findings suggest that genetic drift is occurring in these species and support the theory that genetic drift, in conjunction with natural selection, explains the extreme diversity seen within the orchid family.
I am presently working on this manuscript and will submit it by October. My core interest is studying tropical ecology and conservation. More specifically, my curiosity and desired future path revolve around exploring the origin, evolution, and biogeography of tropical plants. I am interested in studying the evolution of plant species among tropical islands, and also investigating the relationships of insular and mainland plant species.
Ideally, I would like to carry out my research in the Antilles and northern South America. The underlying goal of my research would be to contribute to the knowledge of plant evolution and biogeography, and ultimately to apply the acquired information toward conservation issues.
Thank you for considering my interest in FIU and your research. I look forward to engaging you in a discussion concerning the possibilities for matriculation and research.
I am contacting you first, and not the department chair, because of your specialization in the imperial activities of France.
I have a true interest in the history of the colonization of North Africa by the French. More specifically, I am intrigued by the linguistic policies of Algeria and Morocco, relating to the following questions: Is there a suppression of Berber languages?
Also, what has been the effect on the Maghrebin population of having French in their governments for so long a time? My interests are not exactly limited to sociolinguistics; I am also attracted to the field of Post-Colonial Literature.
They have taught me a great deal about Kabylia, their homeland in the mountains of Algeria.SAMPLE INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEW EMAILS *Do not copy these emails.
Email No. 1 Subject: Greetings from a Washington University alumnus Dear Ms. Brown: I am a first-year student at John Marshall Law School in Atlanta and am writing to you as a. If you don't have a direct email address, use the contact information on the job solicitation, but mention the referral in your email.
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