Dr Anna Clemens is an academic writing coach helping researchers write scientific papers faster and actually get them published in their target journals. She has a PhD in Chemistry and is the creator of the Researchers’ Writing … [Read more...] about From Science Researcher to Academic Writing Coach – Guest Post
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We're starting a new Q and A series on leaving academia. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org! For more concrete help, join the Professor Is Out private FB group, and consider signing up for our new Art of Leaving self-directed … [Read more...] about Q&A on Leaving Academia: Where Do I Start?
by Cara Jordan, PhD Bio: Cara Jordan has a PhD in art history from the Graduate Center, CUNY. She began working as a freelance editor in 2008 and established Flatpage, an editorial agency and publishing house, in 2015. She is president and chief … [Read more...] about Practical Steps for Transitioning to a Career in Academic Editing
By Dr. Louise Williams Dr. Louise Williams is a philosophical counselor and coach serving the survivors of toxic people. Her business is Empowerment Through Thought. After navigating two toxic parents, a toxic ex, and a toxic mother-in-law, she … [Read more...] about What the Heck is Philosophical Counseling?
Emotional, physical, spiritual exhaustion. Cynicism and snark as far as the eye can see. Job conditions getting worse by the minute. How do we get our energy back? The answer is: we can’t. We won’t. Not by working the same old jobs in the same old … [Read more...] about Upcoming Coaching Events for Scholars in Crisis
By Tamara Yakaboski, PhD. Tamara is a recovering academic who coaches and mentors folks through radical paradigm shifts so they can live an unapologetic life in soul alignment with self, nature, and community. Her vision is to create … [Read more...] about Departing Academia: Are Your Values Aligned or Disconnected?
by Dr. Elana Jefferson-Tatum Dr. Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Ph.D. is hypnobirthing coach, full-spectrum doula, and practitioner-scholar of Africana religions. After several years in the academy teaching at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and then Tufts … [Read more...] about Between Grief and Freedom: What My Dear Friend Taught Me About Getting to the Other Side of Academia
By Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Ph.D. See Part I here. Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Ph.D. is a scholar of Africana religions, a hypnobirthing coach, and a full-spectrum doula. After several years in the academy as a post-doctoral fellow at Hobart and William … [Read more...] about A Black Woman’s Journey from Despair to Joy (Part II) – #BLM Guest Post
By Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Ph.D. Elana Jefferson-Tatum, Ph.D. is a scholar of Africana religions, a hypnobirthing coach, and a full-spectrum doula. After several years in the academy as a post-doctoral fellow at Hobart and William Smith Colleges … [Read more...] about A Black Woman’s Story from Despair to Joy (Part I) – #BLM Guest Post
A podcast listener wrote today to ask if I have a list of favorite books about academia. The query made me realize: I DO have a list of books to which I return over and over for advice and insight, but I've never written about it. So without further … [Read more...] about The Professor Is In Top 12 Books About Academia