I am not sure about the comma - if I placed the comma correctly before or after the word, Professor.

See example:

I hope, Professor that it still may be possible to set up another appointment sometime soon, so that I may discuss my qualifications further with you.
asked Apr 18 '12 at 03:31 Dawn New member

Dawn, please see my answer posted with your other, similar question today.

Jeff PribylApr 18 '12 at 04:50

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Both. In this sentence the word Professor is a parenthetical element and should be encapsulated by commas.

I hope, Professor, that it may still be possible....

link comment answered Apr 18 '12 at 04:49 Tony Proano Expert

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