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Lectures are still useful....

An excellent article talking about that lectures are not dead and are still  useful.

The article points out that lecture method may have issues but the biggest failure probably comes from professors who are not trained to lecture and the fact that many schools do not emphasize teaching in their tenure process. 227 more words

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Best Strategies for Earning Tenure (by Hogwarts House)

We’ve mentioned that we are untenured women (who are also bitches), which means we spend a good deal of time ruminating on the best strategies for making sure we get tenure when the time comes.   747 more words

Hilarious But True

Mixed Feelings

This meme is random but I love it!!!

I have now been successfully keeping up with this blog for five months or so?  Ish.  Two posts a week without fail.   292 more words

General

The fake is real with this one

So, its not a secret to most people that our particular unit is not a fan of one assistant professor in particular.  Why?

Lazy, lack of collegiality, not upholding their weight, abusing grad students, questionable teacher, not doing work on their grant and having to get another faculty member in to save face for our unit, never responds to email, doesn’t show up for things, etc, etc, etc.   351 more words

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Tenure or No Tenure: A Ph.D. Student's Opinion

The first time I ever heard the term tenure was back in elementary school when I overheard a couple my teachers discussing how close they were to earning it. 1,095 more words

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From Freeway Flyer to Tenure Track

You Finally Have the Full-time Gig. Now What?

For our inaugural edition of The 360, the editors of inside english asked three instructors at various points on the journey to tenure to reflect on their experiences. 4,174 more words

Hiring

England: Trends in tenure

The latest English Housing Survey 2015-16 on people’s housing circumstances has just been published by Department for Communities and Local Government [March 2nd 2017… 225 more words