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Queries related to professors, a highly accomplished and recognized academic and an expert in their respective discipline.

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There is a professor who has made several reference letters for me, and I would like to thank him. However, I have some doubts as to whether it would at all be appropriate to thank him with dinner del …
asked Mar 5 '18 by sequence
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all professors "Dear Prof. [...]" or "Hello Prof. [...]", but some professors reply to me as "Hi [...]", which is OK. However, I'm wondering if it is also okay to reply "Hi Prof. [...]" in North America? …
asked Aug 1 '17 by sequence
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generally not a good idea, unless the professor has explicitly mentioned that he/she can be referred to by first name? I've noticed that most professors, who prefer to be referred to more formally, do not sign their emails with just their first names, but usually initials or first and last name. …
asked Feb 3 '17 by sequence
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I wrote a final exam in a course, in which the professor said that he would not test our memory and give all the needed formulae, so I didn't concentrate on memorizing them. Would it be appropriate t …
asked Apr 22 '17 by sequence