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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

Dear colleagues, That seems intuitive. accurate, appropriate, and warm.
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

More of a comment than an answer, but I think it's worth pointing out a couple of general rules of thumb. Academics are routinely referred to with a wrong honorific. I'm often addressed as Prof. (...
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

In the United States, you should never address anyone as "assistant professor" or "associate professor." To do so is simply rude. Anyone whose title contains "professor"...
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Getting research award and then ghosted?

You're being too passive. Call them today and get some kind of status update.
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

Really depends on the country and even the people you are talking to (in countries like Canada and the US, profs come from all over the place). Little anecdote: ten or so years ago, I was department ...
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

Assuming they are both Doctors, "Dear Dr. A and Dr. B" or "Dear Drs. A & B" should suffice.
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

Assuming you're in the UK: If you know them: "Hi Bob and Dave". If you don't know them and want to be formal: "Dear Dr X and Dr Y". If you don't know them and want to be more ...
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

In the UK, the title 'Professor' has historically been reserved for full professors, with lecturers (assistant professors), senior lecturers (associate professors), and readers generally addressed as ...
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What title should I use to greet both a professor and an associate professor in an email?

You will be on the safe side if you write "Dear Professors Smith and Miller". They are both professors, and the fact that they have different rank is unimportant in the address. If one is ...
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