Yes No I need help I want to schedule the weekly status meeting with my manager. Could you please help me to write it down in a correct format?
How to e-mail a professor [By a professor, for students. As of Maythis post has been visited by more thanreaders from countries and territories. Write from your college or university e-mail account. That immediately lets your professor see that your e-mail is legitimate and not spam.
The cryptic or cutesy or salacious personal e-mail address that might be okay when you send an e-mail to a friend is not appropriate when you're writing to a professor. Include the course number in your subject line.
For someone teaching large lecture classes, that might mean reading through hundreds of names on rosters. But even for a professor with smaller classes, it's a drag to get an e-mail that merely says "I'm in your English class and need the assignment.
Consider, in light of this advice, the following examples: An e-mail from "qtpie" with the subject line "question.
Which one looks like spam? Think about what you're saying. Most students are not accustomed to writing to their professors. Here are some ways to do it well: Choose an appropriate greeting.
Substitute "Dear" and you've ended up writing a letter; leave out "Hi" and your tone is too brusque. Avoid rote apologies for missing class. Most professors are tired of hearing those standard apologies and acts of contrition.
If you missed class because of some especially serious or sad circumstances, it might be better to mention that in person than in an e-mail. You want your e-mail to show you in the best possible light. Sign with your full name, course number, and meeting time.
One don't, and one last do: Don't send unexpected attachments. Attaching an essay with a request that your professor look it over is very bad form. Arrange to meet your professor during office hours or by appointment instead.Same goes for what the professor covered in class--if the content made you think about one issue from a different perspective, talk about that.
Keep it brief.] You can reference this comment in your email so they remember who you are. don’t hesitate to email or call us and we can help you write your thank you notes, or even help plan.
So, I was thinking about writing some thank you notes to a few professors.
One really is helping me, and the other two have made a huge impact on my life. Mention the Person in your Writing. Another great way to make an impression is by mentioning the person you met, or their company, in a blog post or a YouTube video.
Send Thank You Emails After Your Meeting. After you’ve met, send a follow-up email or note thanking the person for meeting with you, no matter who you met.
Copied! Thank you for meeting with me on Thursday to discuss the possibility of my transferring to Doe South Division. As I mentioned, I am interested in the diversity of projects that the South Division handles and would also find the geographic area to my liking.
Jan 11, · Anon., I would not e-mail a professor with this request, for a couple of reasons. One is that no ethical professor can arrange a retake for one student without making it available to all students. A second is that it is better to talk about grades in person.
SO. This is certainly NOT how I would recommend you send an email to a Professor if you haven’t met before but try to get an idea of the tone of the email. There is no bullshit. There is a clear reason stating what I expected in return and what I could do for him.