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Letters of Recommendation and Transcript
The application requires confidential letters of recommendation from two Williams faculty members. Please send the following link to your recommenders: https://osap.williams.edu/mmuf-adrf-letter-of-recommendation/
Please upload a current Word Document or PDF file version of your transcript (including fall semester of your sophomore year).
Describe your future academic plans, including the anticipated doctoral degree(s) you hope to seek, your chief motivation for graduate study in your discipline, and your short term/long term career goals.
Address how you see yourself contributing to the goal of increasing diversity in higher education and how equity and diversity advocacy in higher education is meaningful in regard to your academic experience.
Whom would you like to work with as a faculty mentor and why? Have they agreed to serve as your mentor?
Explain your concentration plans, including how you see yourself as a researcher in this field, and any courses, texts or scholars within your discipline who have influenced your intellectual interests.
Discuss the kind of research project you would like to begin undertaking this summer - including your research question(s) and/or methodology for approaching these questions, if known (note: Fellows are required to participate in the six-week Summer Research Colloquium at Williams College during the summer following the sophomore year)
By typing your name here, you are indicating that all of the information contained within this application is complete and correct to the best of your knowledge. You also understand that the Pathways for Inclusive Excellence Office reserves the right to discuss your candidacy with the Dean's Office.