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Karen Costa 1h
Replying to @IWWG
No problem. This could be a great position for peeps. I encourage you to connect with that community.
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Dr. Anne Whisnant Jan 19
Thanks for the link, that’s what I came looking for. Ever grateful that has supported my adjunct affiliation for many years, both when I was full-time in & since I left that job. Access to is critical to my ongoing work as a historian.
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Practical Academics Jan 11
We're launching a new narrative-driven initiative to rethink & reframe what it means to be an academic in outside the norm of the tenure track. Online conversations and an oral history project coming soon!
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Cheeky Scientist 4h
If you have a PhD or are on your way to having one and you’re reading this, the future is yours. The only thing that can hold you back is yourself.
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Dr. Jennifer Polk in solidarity 2h
"Months later, I still have many questions about why academe acts as an all-consuming force, as though you’re either in or out." Thoughtful piece from on surprising responses to her decision to leave the academy.
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Dr. Girly Grad 23h
How does one reach out to depts and offer to do a seminar? I've heard about this but want to make sure I do it correctly, especially as someone wity an job
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L. Maren Wood, PhD Jan 17
Those of you working outside the academy - have you ever been contacted for an informational interview? What are your do's and don't's for those currently setting these up?
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shantron Jan 13
The one thing that i didnt really anticipate when i left academia was how ingrained being a historian was to my identity. Now that i have an job and people ask me what i do, it feels forced/braggadocious to add that i have a PhD too.
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Cheeky Scientist 22h
The idea that getting a PhD is going to hurt your chances of getting an industry job is a misconception. In fact, most PhDs go on to get jobs in industry and most get paid more than non-PhDs in the same position.
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Practical Academics Jan 11
Our first conversation! "Rethinking What It Means to Be an Academic" via
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Dr. Katie Rose Pryal ♿️🎾📘 2h
On New Leaves and :: Networking: Don't you think, in our new virtual age, we can strip the word of its sleaziness and imbue it with what it has given me these last few weeks? A community, and hope? It's been
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Dr. Anne Whisnant Jan 19
Replying to @RColesworthy
Yes yes yes yes. I worked 14 yrs (by which I mean univ STAFF, not faculty) & have been applying for nigh on 2 years now for admin, faculty, and jobs. So, so bored with & tired of retelling my own story in so many different ways.
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Cheeky Scientist Jan 20
Work ethic is a skill that very few people have. Companies who hire postdocs and train them well benefit greatly from their work ethic. The problem is that many postdocs fail to communicate this valuable skill to employers.
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Tanya Schwarz Jan 18
Interested in knowing more about the process of finding careers in political science beyond the academy? Read about Senior Fellow, , talk about her experience.
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Karen Jan 18
Replying to @yadavaman
Yes. That said, I missed two talks this week and one last week due to the shutdown. I won't count them. Last year I lined someone up to do a talk for one of the shutdowns.
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Cheeky Scientist 5h
According to LinkedIn, there are more than 30 million companies represented on LinkedIn, and more than 20 million job openings listed. STEMcareer
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Johanna Y Jan 16
Want to try out an career through in internship in the western Mass region? Arts Extension Service!has a list of opportunities!
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Ann Gagné, PhD Jan 19
Hey NAVSA folk, check out this exciting roundtable proposal!
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Vizzard, James Vizzard Jan 12
Seems relevant to the extensive recent discussion of life beyond the academy.
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Anelyse M. Weiler Jan 19
Full-time job opportunity for a Research Coordinator with in Toronto, which identifies policy interventions to reduce food insecurity in Canada. Unionized! Deadline 6 February:
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