Dr. Huynh enjoys teaching a variety of topics including stats, research methods, health, social, and sports psychology. In addition to instruction in the classroom, he mentors undergraduate students in research and helps prepare them for graduate school and beyond.
See below for a list of helpful links:
Applying to graduate school (APA)
How to get good letters of recommendation (APA)
Writing tips (TED)
If you are asking for a letter of recommendation from Dr. Huynh please follow the specifics below. These directions are intended to help Dr. Huynh write the best possible letter for you. This is especially true if you are asking for a letter via email.
- Send him an email with the following information:
- Semester, year, and class when he first met you (e.g., Fall, 2019, Health psychology)
- What classes have you taken with him and what grade(s) did you earn? List them all and list the grade(s).
- In the classes that you took with him, what experiences stood out to you?
- What assignments did you enjoy/excel at?
- Did you make any particularly strong discussion comments during the course(s)? If so, what were they?
- Name top three outside the classroom activities (e.g., internships, volunteer, work) you’re involved in.
- Send a resume/personal statement
- If it's been a while and you don't think he remembers who you are, send a link to your linkedin profile (so he can put your name to a face)
- In an Excel Sheet:
- Tell him what schools and programs the letters need to go to
- Tell him when the letters are due
- Tell him how to get those letters there (electronic or hard copy); if hard copy, include addresses
- Send him a reminder email two weeks prior to the first deadline