Should students write to you before they apply to your graduate program?
It seems many graduate programs admit students with little or no attention to potential advisor-advisee matches; others require an indication that there will be a good match. It is not always clear to students which type of program is which, and therefore whether they ought to contact professors before applying. This is meant to be a way to gather information about which Sociology programs work which way. I'm collecting email addresses to ensure people are answering about their own programs; I (Daniel Laurison, that is, in case you got here without knowing that) won't publish those but I will make the rest public.
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Which of these best describes the admissions model of your program?
In general, should students try to connect with faculty in advance of applying to your program?
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