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My Application Status – William Paterson University
William Paterson University of New Jersey. Please note. We receive a very high volume of documents. Please allow two weeks for received items to be posted to your application and viewable through this status check.; To make any updates or changes (e.g. address, major, etc.) to your submitted application, use the “Contact Us” feature within the online application status check system or reply to …
Professor William Paterson – Aston University
Professor William Paterson began his academic career as a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen and later moved to the University of Warwick as a Volkswagen Lecturer where, after a number of years, he was promoted to a Professorship in Politics.