Although I would like to get a LOR from one of my UGrad professors, it seems unlikely.
For starters, one of the professors who wrote me a LOR for graduate school recently had a stroke, and his wife said he obviously is unable to write one right now. Secondly, since I am in graduate school, I have asked many of my undergraduate professors to write me LOR's for pre-doctoral fellowships and grants over the past 2-3 years, all of them being under the impression that I am actually going to be pursueing a career in academic research.
So I am not 100% sure I will be able to get a solid LOR from an UGrad professor...not to mention I have been out of UGrad since 2002-3.
I can get at least 4-5 of excellant LOR from my professors in my Graduate department, attesting to my academic peformance, and how I measure up to the rest of the students in my class.
1 of the letters I am getting from my PhD advisor
2-3 from my thesis committee
1 from a research assistant professor who has known and worked with me for 5 years.
Should I really try and push to get a LOR from an UGrad professor? Or should I go with LOR that I know will be strong, persuasive and enthusiastic, BUT has nothing to do with my UGrad studies.
My instinct tells me to go with what I know will be strong...