The grifter accusations popped up again on social media last week. Find one post here and then scroll up and down for a bit more commentary about it. I still need to write the blog post that unpacks all of that and what it says about the … [Read more...] about Academia Is the Grift, Part II: Reader Voices
Strategizing Your Success in Academia
I finally washed all my makeup brushes this weekend, to get out the ash.The ash from the catastrophic fires in Oregon. Fires that rained ash on us here in Eugene, although the fires were miles away. Fires that swept ash through cracks and crevices … [Read more...] about #Makeup Monday: Fires Edition
We continue to welcome guest posts by BIPIOC scholars. Today's post is by Dr. Ida Yalzadeh. Dr. Ida Yalzadeh is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Asian American Studies program at Northwestern University. She graduated from Brown University with … [Read more...] about Writing a Zine In a Pandemic – BIPOC Guest Post
#Dispatches From the Frontlines series crowdsources questions to get a broad indication of how our readers are coping with various challenges.The question this week: How many jobs are open in your field this year, and what do you plan to do--hang … [Read more...] about #Dispatches: How Many Jobs In Your Field & What Will You Do?
By Jennie NashJennie Nash is the founder and CEO of Author Accelerator, a company on a mission to raise the bar on book coaching. Learn more about becoming a coach at bookcoaches.com/theprofessorisin and join Jennie and me for an informational … [Read more...] about What if You Could Teach Only Your Favorite Students? – Postac Guest Post
Today’s post is by our marvelous and insightful postac coach, Dr. Maggie Gover. If you’d like to schedule a consult with her, learn more about that here. Part I of this 2-part series is here. Dr. Maggie Gover's career is dedicated to helping … [Read more...] about Creating a Base Resume, Part II – Postac Post
We continue to solicit guests posts by Black scholars and other BIPOC scholars. We pay $150 for accepted posts. Today's post is by Piper Kendrix Williams, PhD, Associate Professor of African American Studies and English, The College of New Jersey. … [Read more...] about Visiting Campus during COVID as a Black Woman – #BLM Guest Post
#Dispatches From the Frontlines Monday series crowdsources questions to get a broad indication of how our readers are coping with various challenges.The question right now: Why the f**k don't we revolt??? (contributed by Kel, lol). New #Dispatches … [Read more...] about #Dispatches: Why The F**k Don’t We Revolt??
Last week in my Starting a Small Business webinar Q&A, somebody asked me, what was your biggest surprise in starting a business beyond what you have shared in the webinar? I was startled by the question, and struggled to answer it for a … [Read more...] about The Academy Is The Grift
Today’s post is by our marvelous and insightful postac coach, Dr. Maggie Gover. You can schedule a consult with her. Learn more about that here. Dr. Maggie Gover's career is dedicated to helping students successfully complete their graduate … [Read more...] about Resume Writing: Creating a Cohesive Story, Part I – Postac Post