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  • From: Miklos Redei <redei AT>
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] 001022.Physics TA-Ship at the University of Denver (fwd)
  • Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2000 13:49:19 +0100 (CET)
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Kedves Kollegak! Tovabbitom Alwyn Van der Merwe PhD lehetosegrol szolo
levelet; ha valaki erdeklodik a lehetoseg irant, kerem, vegye fel velem a

Redei Miklos
Miklos Redei
email:redei AT
Department of History and Philosophy of Science
redei AT
Faculty of Sciences, Lorand Eotvos University fax: +36-1-372-2924
Postal address:
P.O. Box 32
H-1518 Budapest 112 phone:+36-1-209-0555/6678

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Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 15:47:17 -0600 (MDT)
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Subject: 001022.Physics TA-Ship at the University of Denver (fwd)

> Dear Professor Redei,

> A Teaching Assistant vacancy presently exists in the Physics Department of
> the University of Denver for the 2001/02 academic year, which starts in
> September.
> We are accordingly looking for a qualified student who has recently
> earned the equivalent of a United States Bachelor of Science degree with
> physics as a major and who is interested in entering our graduate program
> for a course of studies and research leading to a Ph.D. degree.
> Accordingly, if you know of any physics graduate who desires to continue
> his or her physics studies in the USA, I should very much appreciate if
> you would bring the present opportunity to his or her attention.
> Such a student should immediately (time is of the essence!) consult our
> web page at:
> to learn not only the value of the stipend ($14100 for 9 months of
> service plus a tuition waiver for a normal graduate course load) but also
> the duties associated with the advertised TA-ship. Most importantly, he
> should scrutinize the posted research programs that exist in our
> department in order to make absolutely sure that they cover areas in which
> he would be prepared to ultimately pursue his thesis work; it would
> otherwise make no sense to apply, because the result would only be
> disappointments on his side and ours. The student should also take note of
> our entrance requirements in terms of the GRE, TOEFL, and TSE
> examinations.
> Once any student has in his own mind established his eligibility for our
> program, he should immediately communicate with you, and through you
> indirectly with me, advising us in particular of his past academic
> performance, the nature of his research wishes, his ability to take the
> GRE examination in your country, and his linguistic status.
> Thank you very much for your attention to this important matter. With all
> good wishes, Cordially yours,
> Alwyn van der Merwe
> Professor of Physics
> Chair, Graduate Committee

  • [Fizinfo] 001022.Physics TA-Ship at the University of Denver (fwd), Miklos Redei, 10/30/2000

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