Students often tell us that they worry about how to address an e-mail message to a professor — especially one whom they don't know. Below are suggestions that answer concerns we've heard not just from students, but from professors. And note: use these tips not just for e-mailing professors, but people who work in college offices, your employers and job supervisors, and your class deans and RDs. E-mail to a professor should be treated like a business letter — at least until you know that professor's personal preferences very well.
5 Ways to Force Your Professor to Like You
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By Sydney Nikols. Take notes, star students, as we have an academic discussion about the top five ways to force your professors to like you. Your seating choice may seem like a minor detail, but parking yourself in the front of the class shows that you care enough to refrain from simultaneously texting, snacking, and watching YouTube videos of cute cats during a lecture. Trust me: your willingness and ability to not watch YouTube videos of cute cats says a lot of good things about you before you even open your mouth.
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Across the country this week and next, college students are taking final exams. Quarters and semesters are coming to an end, and with that, a moment of decision for some with crushes on their professors. I know this well: each year around this time, my inbox fills up with queries from women and, much less often, men who want advice on whether they should ask out their instructors once the term is over.
Whether you are an office hours veteran or novice, introvert or extrovert, here are some handy tips and tricks to help you make the most out of your meeting with your professor. Professors are busy and no one likes to feel like their time is disrespected. Tip: Aim to arrive at the meeting five minutes early. If you actually get there five minutes early, that leaves to time to….