After a close read of the syllabus, attending (or watching) the information session, and confirming that the entire schedule works for you, you might want to apply for the course. We’d love to receive your application. To apply, just email the following to Don Lange at rrbm.seminar[at]gmail.com by June 3, 2022.

 

  1. Your curriculum vitae (CV). This should be an academic-style CV that includes your field (discipline), your school, your advisor, projects you are working on, anything published or written, title of Master’s thesis, and so on.

 

  1. Your statement of interest. Please attach this as a separate Word document. Be sure it includes these three parts:

 

a. Confirmation that you understand and agree to the requirements of this course: “I will be present for all sessions, well-prepared for each session, an active participant in the teamwork, and will complete all assignments.”

 

(If you realize that you cannot attend all the sessions, it would be best to apply when this course is offered in the future when you will be able to attend the complete course.)

 

b. A description of your stage in your academic studies. Also, a description of your research and teaching interests. This is your opportunity to tell us about yourself. A full paragraph in length will allow you to go into some detail.

 

c. Finally, a description of your interest in this course and what motivates you to participate. Again, make this a full paragraph in length.

 

That’s all—not too complicated, but please put thought into all of that. Deadline for applications will be Friday June 3, 2022, so that we can notify you of your status by June 17.