Job Market PTSD

RE-posted from 2011.  When this went up the first time, it got very little response.  That surprised me.  I think this is a real thing.  Readers? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Today’s post is another Special Request post, this time coming from Kate, who … Continue reading

From Academia to Small Business Ownership (Part 1): Making Peace with Capitalism – Horton 1

Margy Horton, introduced last week, runs a successful scholarly writing consulting, coaching, and editing business named ScholarShape.  She’s here to illuminate the transition to small business entrepreneurship, the post-ac route closest to my own heart.  Today, she demystifies the “world … Continue reading

More on Negotiating–Thoughts from an R1 Department Head

Discussion of negotiating the tenure track offer continues apace.  Last week I was included in an email exchange between Rebecca Schuman and Mike Tarr, Department Head of the Psychology department at Carnegie Mellon University.  Mike got in touch with Rebecca … 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