UCLA Makes Excuses About Sexual Harassment – Guest Post Part II

by Cassia Roth [KK: please take action by contacting the people below. Stand up for the victims of this serial sexual harasser who is being protected and enabled by his institution.  Letter texts below] As readers of the TPII Blog … Continue reading

Cut From the Tenure Track – A Guest Post

by Katheryn Bilbo Katheryn Bilbo holds an MFA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Her research interests include traditional Japanese theatre, Linklater and Rodenburg vocal techniques, and racial and gender disparity in professional theatre. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In May 2011, I was teaching … Continue reading

Fiction Editing, Part I: Editors – Out-Ac Post by Joe Fruscione

by TPII Out-Ac Coach and Consultant, Joe Fruscione As a freelancer, you have different options for projects. Developmental, STEM, and academic editing are well suited to post-ac freelancers. Post-acs with Humanities backgrounds might also do well editing fiction. I’ve copy … Continue reading

A Scientist Leaves the Pyramid Scheme of Academia – Out-Ac Guest Post

by Viviane Callier Vivianne is one of our new Out-Ac Coaches. Please learn more about her here, and get in touch at postaccareers@gmail.com if you’d like to work with her or any of the Out-Ac team. ~~~~~~~~~ I left the … Continue reading

Re-examining Life in Academia in the Face of Death – A Post-Ac Guest Post

By Cassia Roth From Karen:  Upon learning of Cassia’s story, I asked her if she’d be willing to share her story in a guest post.  She kindly agreed.  Then, I also encountered Darcy Hannibal’s story, which we posted last week.  … Continue reading