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gouri2020 posted a topic in Introductionshi I m selling my fpgee books. if interested pls contact me. comprehensive pharmacy review 5th edition-30 d apha pharmacy -50 d mannon sheriff books (all 5)-50d Morris pharmacy notes (100d) mpje az (80d) and federal az (60d) prontopass math and compounding cards (100d) barron toffel with cds (30d) synapse books by shruti Mehta (50d-set of 5) if anyone interested pls contact me
Rite Aid contact detailsHello does anyone know who to contact at Rite Aid who deals with recruitment? Any names, email addresses, phone numbers would be appreciated!
looking for speaking partner via skype
hmzsaracoglu posted a topic in TOEFL SpeakingHi,I am from Turkey. I have just graduated from the Northwestern University, USA. I will take a Toefl test within one month. However, I don't have any chance to practice my speaking skills in the homeland. If you are interested in, please contact me. Hamzasaracoglu2015@u.northwestern.edu
speaking partner on skype
hmzsaracoglu posted a topic in TOEFLHi,I am from Turkey. I have just graduated from the Northwestern University, USA. I will take a Toefl test within six month. However, I don't have any chance to practice my speaking skills in the homeland. If you are interested in, please contact me. Hamzasaracoglu2015@u.northwestern.edu
Tips for first e-mail to potential supervisor
gabriel404 posted a topic in PhD in EconomicsHi all, I'm currently shrotlisting a few professors with whom I would very much like to work as a PhD student aiming at 2018 applications. Since I believe first impressions count in this field (as in any other), I thought getting some insights from the Urch community could be valuable. Some points: - Should I address one specific paper/article or more broadly the area of expertise? The dilemma: while being more specific can be more appealing and show that you have done your homework and read his material, maybe the funding/research was limited to one specific paper, and I would also have an interest in other projects within his work. - Should I propose some further meeting in person/Skype? On one hand, an informal talk would always help. However, I can imagine that professors have insanely busy agendas and talking to students enquiring about PhD's can be undoable - Any rules about contacting more than one member of the same department? At all uni's I am considering applying, there is more than one professor with whom I would like to work General tips are also welcome =) PS: if it makes any difference, I'm mainly aiming at UK universities