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Four Metaphors About the Academy While doing research on and talking with people who have left academic positions, I noticed four metaphors that people commonly used to describe their relationship to the academy.
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Dear Considering Leaving Academia, You’re thinking of leaving your academic position/the adjunct scramble/post doc/grad school.
I can’t help it — even though I’m not a professor anymore, I’m still a data junkie.
Since I’ve left my position as a tenure track assistant professor, I find myself regularly sitting across a coffee table from academics or former academics — often women and minorities — who are having a tough time.