Your letter of evaluation should address the following points:
- How long you have known the applicant and in what context.
- Provide concrete, specific details about the applicant’s academic performance and scholarly work that show you know the applicant well and give substance/ concrete examples to your claims of the applicant’s excellence.
- The applicant’s potential as an outstanding scholar and future leader in their field.
- Rankings or comparisons of the applicant to peers and/or to previous students you have taught.
- Make sure your final letter appears on official letterhead and is signed.
- Address your letter to the Heyl Graduate Fellowship Selection Committee.