New Post on Gradifying: Reference Letters: Who to ask and how to ask for them! Liz Lemon helps us out
At some point in your graduate education you’ll have to ask for a letter of reference. It might be for a funding application (see my previous post) or it might be for another program (med school, law school, PhD programs etc). But you’ll need to ask people to write wonderful, glowing praise for you in their free time. Which is a daunting, and intimidating task.
But the good news is that your profs and supervisors are expecting this. They’ve done it before, and know the process. So don’t be afraid!
And of course, because it’s me, I’ll bringing in a friend to help with the post. So without further ado dear readers, Liz Lemon.
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