Unstuck: The Art of Productivity

Are you a tenure track professor who can’t quite get yourself to prioritize writing? Do you have a book chapter languishing for no reason other than you are worried it’s not good enough? Are you teaching on a contingent contract, … Continue reading

Distortions, Dramas, and Myths: Or, How to Tell The Truth About Your Writing

Consider this… The things you tell yourself about your writing are not truth. They are stories. And the wonderful thing about stories, is that you can rewrite them. The entire reason I started Professor Is In in 2011 was to … Continue reading

Dr. Karen’s Rules of the Academic CV

Reposting classics on the basic job market documents as we gear up for the 2016 job search! ~~~~~~~~ Today’s post is a long overdue post on CVs.  While the CV genre permits a wide range of variation, and there is … Continue reading

Being an Academic (Alt, Ac, or Otherwise) – Guest Post

I’m happy to welcome Dr. Robert Oprisko to the TPII post-ac blogging team.  Robert has written widely on adjuncting and the decline and fall of academia, and is deep in his own post-academic transition. Robert’s Bio: Robert Oprisko earned his … Continue reading

The Book

One of The Best-Selling Academic Advising Titles on Amazon about $10 “I keep your book in my bag at all times, and am so grateful that you’re out there as a resource. The job market is lonely, and devastating;  your book has … Continue reading