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Chris Solnordal May 17
A very significant point here. in the 21st century is so ridiculously difficult and success is so poorly measured. In an attempt to define objective measures of success the entire process has collapsed.
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Dana S. Atzpodien May 16
My first single authored paper was rejected with a really nasty comment. It hurts, but thanks to the incredible support of my friends and PhD advisor, I'm going to make something positive out of it.
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Fatma Elsafoury 18h
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Juniper KissπŸŒ±πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί 2m
β€˜It’s cut-throat’: half of UK academics stressed and 40% thinking of leaving: by β€œWe can’t all be excellent all the time. These pressures are causing some people to struggle or sink.” 😟 πŸ₯ΌπŸ’°βŒ›οΈπŸ”¬πŸ§ͺπŸ“šπŸ“πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ“
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The Krulak Center 5h
"Bridging the gap between and "...we really love the sound of that and think we should talk!!
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What Is It Like to Be a Philosopher? 17h
Philosophers! Besides the salaries from the places where we teach (if we teach), what are our other sources of income? Please be specific. These things simply are not discussed openly because people don't like asking, or talking about, personal finances...especially in !
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Prof.Bholanath Dutta 4h
Prestigious Dhruva College of Management, Hyderabad has been rated by MTC Global as 'PLATINUM' , the top rating after detailed review and screening of the application process and based on the report from physical inspection. CONGRATULATIONS TO TEAM DHRUVA.
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Dr Melanie O'Brien 17h
I feel very strongly about the 'excellence' issue. Why can't we be competent at our jobs, like normal people? Why so much pressure to be 'excellent' at every part of our job? It creates a lot of stress.
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Daniel W. Everton 4h
I need me like a YouTube series or a podcast breaking down the whole grad school song and dance because it’s a culture I still don’t quite understand. You have to take preliminary exams to show you know shit, then you gotta argue new shit.../1
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Shelby Levine 15h
Having a great time at 😊 I still can’t believe Ed Deci stopped by my poster on the reciprocal relations between autonomous motivation and autonomy support!
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Sfundo Mfene πŸ‘‘ πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 13h
16 May 2019. I received my degree from the University of Zululand πŸ‘¨πŸΎβ€πŸŽ“πŸŽ“ πŸ’―
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William Burns 15h
I'm feeling accomplished today. I submitted a reflection for a university politics course that contains both a Soviet Russia joke from Ronald Reagan & referenced Margaret Thatcher's last Question Period performance. It's a great day for academia.
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Dr. Chai Coughski 18h
I have a course corrupted by sniveling undergraduate worms that would rather gang up via student evaluations instead of demonstrating an iota of intestinal fortitude and actually producing something they can be proud of. Good luck in the real world, you little bitches.
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Nemy Banthia 18h
That’s what your PhD advisor is like 😊!
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Disability Studies 20h
Our Anna Lawson was delighted to take part in panel discussion on in . What is HE getting β€œright” & how could it do more to ensure access & for disabled staff and students?
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Shannon 5h
Currently writing a research proposal ... At one sentence per day, I will be done sometime in the next year πŸ‘πŸ€¦πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ
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*estherisk May 20
Never did I think that my academic career would lead me to a point where I'd be grading students based on how well they understood the concept of an incel. Ladies and gentlemen and others in between and beyond, at its finest.
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Coco d'Hont 19h
I am Jack's complete lack of surprise.
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Jennifer Vincenzo 11h
Passive voice writing engrained during formative schooling years and now even Microsoft word is cuing me to use active voice. The struggle is real!
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Rose DF May 19
I'm going to keep pushing this until I see more people questioning their biases over "High School Dropouts" and using as some derogatory measurement of a person's entire future. Do you hear me ? I'm speaking to you.
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