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PHD Chemistry, Bangladesh

I hope to enroll this fall in your program at the University of XXXX in the Department of Chemistry. I want to study analytical chemistry in your schedule, mainly because of my favorable impression of this university and the outstanding research accomplishments of the faculty in my areas of particular interest. I hope to be able to make meaningful contributions to your research community.

I am grateful that I had the opportunity to immigrate to the United States from my native Bangladesh when I was still only 13 and, thus, speak, read, and write English quite well. I also feel enormous that being raised in one of the world's poorest countries helps me understand and appreciate the significant contribution that chemistry is making towards resolving the vast problems still facing humanity, especially poverty and under-development. I look forward to contributing to the diversity of your academic community, and I want to thank you for considering me as a research assistant. I think my research skills are the most vital part of my application and what I have to offer the academic community. I have a deep and abiding passion for research. I always think about it; it is like my personal quest for the Holy Grail. I love mystery and find it especially meaningful in the study of our chemical environment.

I carry much about my indigenous culture of Bangladesh in adaptation to American society and culture. As I see it, any future success I shall have in America will also be an honor for Bangladesh. I hope to serve valiantly as a role model to newer generations of immigrants from Bangladesh. I am also from Brooklyn, so I am a strange mixture of Brooklyn and Bangladesh. I see New York as exceptionally well representative of diversity in meaningful ways.

I am especially interested in how international chemical research projects proceed with cost-effective measures to avoid mineral and resource depletion in the Third World. I seek to become a first-rate Ph.D. researcher in the field of analytical chemistry while constantly scrutinizing science principles in the light of 'human' chemical issues; in other words, the practical applications of principles and theory based on human need analysis. I would much prefer to spend the rest of my life doing research that I thought was of great importance to the amelioration of human suffering than making a lot of money.

I am finishing my B.A. in Chemistry from the University of XXXX in a few months. I hope to obtain a job as a University professor someday. I am attracted to this lifestyle, the freedom to decide what one wants to research, and the stimulation of the academic community. In addition to English, I am a native speaker and writer of Bangali and fluent in Urdu and Hindi. I have researched with Dr. XXXX the behavior of electrodes (gold, platinum, and carbon) in the presence of mercaptoacetic acid in both acidic and basic solutions since 9/2006-present. In your program, I would be incredibly honored to study under Professors XXXX and XXXX. Their research interests have the most to offer to my principal trajectories of scientific inquiry. Thank you for considering my application for study and a research assistantship.

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