Ask the Post-Acs: “What happens to my scholarly work after the transition?”

Occasionally the TPII Post-Ac Consultants put their heads together to respond to a particularly compelling question that arises in the course of their consultations with post-ac clients.  Today, they share their thoughts on the question of publishing after the post-ac … Continue reading

EnGendering Confidence: Part 2 – Cardozo

by Karen Cardozo In my last post I talked about an endemic lack of confidence as the structured byproduct of academic training – one that reveals itself most clearly at the point when PhDs contemplate changing careers. In an interdisciplinary … Continue reading

Framing Your Freelance Experience on the Academic Job Market – Fruscione #postac post

by Joe Fruscione After my most recent piece on academic editing, a reader asked a valuable question: Can anyone comment on the fear that establishing a website advertising editing services will negatively affect your chances of getting a tenure-track job? … Continue reading

EnGendering Confidence – Part 1 (Cardozo #postac post)

by Karen Cardozo When people ask what the Alt/Post-Ac consultants do, we usually describe a range of services: self-assessment and job-searching strategies, document generation and editing, mock interviews, etc.  Yet the more I work with this distinctive population—PhDs (or ABDs) … Continue reading

The Job of an Academic Editor: Part 1 (Fruscione #Postac Post)

by Joseph Fruscione I’ve written previously about the life of an academic editor.  In previous installments, I wrote about developmental and STEM editing opportunities. With a hat-tip to Jo VanEvery for the suggestion, I’m focusing today on editing academics’ work, … Continue reading