dhouse Posted December 8, 2010 Share Posted December 8, 2010 Am I correct in assuming you can't have an emeritus faculty member as your adviser? I mean, they're retired, right? There's an emeritus professor in one of the departments I'm applying to who seems like a perfect fit, but I don't want to write a Statement of Purpose geared toward working with him if that's a complete impossibility. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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