Writing Letters of Recommendation
Fellowship applicants are evaluated on their academic accomplishments, as well as their leadership and research experience or potential. Overall, selection committees are looking to see that candidates align well with the chosen fellowship and demonstrate great potential to advance through and beyond the fellowship itself to a career of their choice.
- Joe Schall’s Writing Recommendations Online: A Faculty Handbook
- Avoiding Gender Bias in Recommendation Letters
- Advice from National Scholarship Panelists