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Students may also elect to participate in the University's Preparing Future Faculty opportunities. The Journals of Gerontology were the first journals on aging published in the United States. In order to apply, students must: Meet the Admission Requirements established by the Graduate College.  Submit a transcript, writing sample, statement of purpose, and at least two letters of recommendation from professors with whom they have studied.

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Publisher: Greenwood; annotated edition edition (November 30, 1995)

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