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Coco d'Hont Nov 6
Important thread. Not ready to share my own story yet but I wish narratives like these had been around when I was younger. So important to hear about alternatives to the "traditional" career path.
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Barton Price 4h
Who's the dressed like Mr. Roger's and gave a two-minute lecture on Bikini Kill? Hint: it's me.
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The Rebel Professor 21h
šŸŽ™ New podcast episode today with Melanie Klein ! Talking putting our talents to good use outside of academia. Check out Academics Mean Business in your favorite podcast player. too!
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Charles Grimm Nov 13
Replying to @LitaStarr
It may be common sense, but I found that when I built up my profile on LinkedIn with projects/presentations/publications, I got a lot more action from people searching for content writers, editors, etc. Most academics seem to avoid LinkedIn, though.
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Dr Dayanna Knight Nov 11
Replying to @erin_bartram
Personally it means I'm the only one that claims it and is active as a medievalist in my area. I'm in NorCal, but more than a hour travel to any decent library for what I look at. For me currently is a lot of social media content creation in the hopes someone notices.
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Helen Kara 36m
Latest blog post: Professional Modes of Contact
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Dr. Jennifer Polk in solidarity Nov 12
I'm hosting a book launch party! Celebrating the release of Succeeding Outside the Academy. With a panel discussion feat Join us in about 35 minutes (8pm ET). Free!
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Ashanka Kumari, ABD Nov 13
Putting together materials for a graduate workshop I'm leading later this week on building your web presence and "being searchable." What strategies/tips do you have on the topic that you wish you'd known sooner?
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Rachel L-W Nov 12
"Why am I working so hard to do this thing which makes me so miserable?" says . Amen!
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Kate Langan Nov 8
for Engl. majors -writing reviews for one glove on total character development (btw reviewer is my partner's stolen id
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Dr. Nyri A Bakkalian Nov 10
Got my PhD, looking for work for a year and a half, still stuck jobless in Pittsburgh. My only slow progress has been via freelance writing and the generosity of friends. You raise good points in this
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Margaret Breidenbaugh 7h
Replying to @writewilley
OMG, I thought I was the only person on the planet who does this! I call it extreme revising.
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Doctor PMS Nov 9
"A personal and professional shift" on ā¦ā©
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Alfredo Cumerma Nov 12
As I began preparing my lessons for the week, I ran into these photos of my doctoral internship with Maryland Delegate Ana Sol GutiƩrrez. The then-Chief Government Whip, , had stopped by to discuss immigration policy with us. Good memories!
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Dr. Kavita Mudan Finn Nov 10
Replying to @shengokai
We don't. Because success in requires connections.
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Beyond the Professoriate Nov 8
What are you loving most about joining the commnuity?
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Addgene Nov 13
Veteran Addgenie will be hosting the twitter account from 1-3PM EST this Friday. He'll be focusing on the many roles he's had at Addgene and on non-academic careers for PhD's! Hope to see you then!
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Saurabh Lall 24h
PhD students at considering careers in thinktanks/policy, I'm happy to buy you coffee and offer advice/suggestions based on my past experience at & (including mistakes I've made). Feel free to DM/email me.
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Suthira Owlarn 12h
I think your followers might like this! :)
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Barton Price Nov 7
For the third time in two months, I have learned I am ineligible for participating in a seminar for professional advancement because I am . I'm starting to think this meritocracy in academia is a ruse.
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