Use an academic cover letter to clearly describe your work, using short paragraphs that make a good argument for why you are the perfect match for the job, writes Fordham University professor Leonard Cassuto. Include personal details that will resonate with search committees and make sure the letter creates connections between a curriculum vitae and other application materials, he suggests in this commentary.
Use an academic cover letter to make a connection
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