Gentlemen Professors and Academics

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Gentlemen Professors and Academics

A group for all men pursuing academic careers.

Members: 27
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2015

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Aspiring or Young Professors?

Started by Vladislav. Last reply by Niles Jul 27, 2010. 2 Replies

I am wondering if there are any members out there who are attempting to break into the academic job market in the near future or who are currently in their first years as a new professor? What have…Continue

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Comment by John on March 3, 2011 at 8:33am
BS in Anthropology with minors in Archaeology and Classics. Looking for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) courses to take this summer (if you have any info. please let me know). Looking to pursue studies in archaeology with a focus in the rise of complex civilizations.
Comment by Scott White on December 31, 2010 at 4:57pm

Greetings, all. I see the group's been down a while, and I hope I'm not flogging a dead horse by joining it.

I just got my BA in World Literature in the winter of 2010, and am now applying to graduate programs in Folklore. I hope to one day be the old professor that everyone goes to visit even if they don't have a class with him anymore. I have no aspirations to administration, only to my doctorate.

Comment by Miles R. on December 26, 2010 at 10:05pm

Hmm . . . not much going on here!

 

Academic manqué here: got my Ph.D. in philosophy and spent several years chasing temporary positions around the country and doing adjunct teaching before giving up.

 

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