Want a letter? You write it for me.


198 8 JANUARY 2016 • VOL 351 ISSUE 6269 Later, at a workshop on winning grant-writing strategies, I asked the instructor about this practice, describing my discomfort. The response was, “Get over it.” The practice is common, after all. A letter from an established senior person—a VIP for short— can strengthen an application for school admission, a job, or a… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.351.6269.198


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@article{Day2016WantAL, title={Want a letter? You write it for me.}, author={Roger S. Day}, journal={Science}, year={2016}, volume={351 6269}, pages={198} }