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Regarding the appropriate titles or post-nominal letters to use, given an individual's academic status.

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In general, if you are not enrolled in any course and also are not enrolled in a program in which you may eventually earn a degree, you are not a "student."
answered Oct 8 '14 by ff524
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I'll answer the general question in the title of your post: What education does one need to be called “Professor” in the United States of America? None at all. In the United States, someone who …
answered Feb 1 '15 by ff524
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Running title: "the title or abbreviated title of a volume printed at the top of left-hand text pages or sometimes of all text pages" It allows readers to determine which paper they're looking at jus …
answered Mar 5 '14 by ff524
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How should I address this person? You should ask him how he would prefer to be addressed, and then follow that.
answered Nov 10 '15 by ff524