Preliminary Summary Sheet

Department of Geology & Geophysics
University of Alaska
P. O. Box 755780
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-5780

 

IMPORTANT: THIS FORM AND A SEPARATE STATEMENT OF INTEREST MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY TO THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE PRIOR TO YOUR APPLICATION CAN BEING REVIEWED -- GRADUATE APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JANUARY 15.

 

DEGREE SOUGHT



FIELD



Areas of Interest

Indicate below those subject areas in which you are interested in concentrating your graduate studies. You may select more than one subject, but please not more than four.

Put FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, or FOURTH beside each selection.

 

Areas of Interest Selection


























How did you hear about the UAF Geology and Geophysics Department (e.g., recruitment at a meeting, scientific papers, faculty web pages, student web pages, recommendation from faculty)?

 

Statement of Interest And Goals

In a separate letter, please write an essay describing your short-term and long-term goals in geology/geophysics, your career path, and life in general. Note especially how receiving a graduate degree in geology/geophysics from UAF will advance you toward these goals. Please include a description of your particular interest in graduate programs in the UAF Department of Geology and Geophysics, and specify the faculty member(s) whose research profile(s) most closely matches your research interests.

 

Academic History

Please submit the following information in a format exactly as shown below:

Institution, Degree, Major, Date Awarded

 

Summary of Course Work in Geological and Supporting Sciences

Please submit the following information for each category in a format exactly as shown below:

Total Courses, Total Credits, GPA

 

Detailed Information on Which Specific Courses You Have Taken

Please provide information regarding specific courses including the courses you are currently enrolled in. Submit the following information in a format exactly as shown below:

Number of Credits in Class, Whether Class is Quarter or Semester and Final Grade

 


WAIVER OF RIGHT TO INSPECT LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION

The Family Educational and Primary Act of 1974 gives students the right to inspect letters of recommendatoin written in support of applicants for admission or fellowship. The law also permits students to waive that right if they choose, although such a waiver cannot be a condition of admission or award.

Do you waive your right to inspect your letters of recommendation?

 


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