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Should you apply for our assistant professor position?
I know the feeling. There is a job posting that might be attractive, so perhaps you should apply. But to do that you have to update your CV, write a statement of research and teaching interests, and generally agitate your … Continue reading
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How to move your minus 80 freezer to a new job
There are lots of issues with moving across the country to a new university. Take the time to work through all of them, from saying good bye to your home and friends to making sure you have the people to … Continue reading
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