The One-Body Problem, Part 3: Finding the Things You CAN Control

By Karen Cardozo This is part three of a three-part series on bridging the academic and post-academic markets at the same time. Find part one here, and part two (with great resume advice!) here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Most folks at the crossroads … Continue reading

The Career Counselor Is In – Cardozo 3

Strong stuff: Cardozo writes, “For many if not most, being an adjunct is the professional equivalent of domestic abuse, PTSD and Stockholm syndrome rolled into a single despairing plight that has only one feasible resolution: as with any dysfunctional relationship, … Continue reading

Questioning Your Future in Academia? Do This Now! – Jackson 1

by Sarita Jackson Sarita Jackson was a tenured professor of Political Science before leaving academia in 2013 to found her own think tank and consulting firm, Global Research Institute of International Trade. GRIIT is a think-tank/consulting firm dedicated to analyzing … Continue reading

Freeing the Academic Elephant – Cardozo 2

What do Foucault, Martha Beck, George Mallory, and Death Cab for Cutie have in common?  An ambivalent relation to the discipline required and imposed in the pursuit of a single-minded goal.  In your case: the academic career, and the ways that … Continue reading

So You Want To Come to the Dark Side: Starting the #Postac Journey – Polizzi 1

Allessandria Polizzi has been in corporate education, change management and organizational development for over 15 years, and currently leads education for 7-Eleven.  She has a Ph.D. in English. In this post she helps you do a systematic diagnostic on your … Continue reading