Hi all, I'm applying for post-doctoral fellowships, and my site list is roughly evenly divided between submitting application materials via (a) APPA CAS and (b) e-mail sent to the post-doc director. However, one site appears, based on my read of their brochure, to request the application materials to be sent via snail mail. I reached out yesterday by e-mail to confirm with the director that this is correct, but have not yet heard back. Has anyone else seen such a request in their post-doc application submission instructions this year? Am I simply reading the brochure wrong? They actually requested an official graduate transcript, which makes me think that I'm not off-base here. I just want to be sure before requesting that my recommenders submit via this method. Copy and pasted from brochure (with identifying info removed to protect the site in question): "To apply, send a detailed letter of interest, CV, three letters of recommendation, an official graduate transcript, and two deidentified sample neuropsychological assessment reports by [Date] to: [Name/Title/Department/Site Name/Site Address] Maybe they will send interview invites via telegram?