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Category Archives: writing letters of recommendation
I finished teaching Algebra two weeks ago today. Since then, I have worked my way through list after to-do list. I helped plan and manage a public lecture, wrote a bunch of letters of recommendation, wrote some internal research grant … Continue reading
So much of our daily to-do lists seem to be tasks for which we have little-to-no training, few direct guidelines, and practically no oversight (at least until mid-tenure review). I’ve just sent off several letters of recommendation for students hoping … Continue reading
Recommendation season is ending soon (although like the Winter, it seems to be dragging on forever). Math professors and instructors everywhere have been writing and sending letters of recommendations for their students since last Fall for various reasons, like academic … Continue reading