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Video: What to consider before accepting an academic position

SEP 18 2013

Marty Wall, a faculty advisor at the University of Victoria’ Learning and Teaching Centre, lists the factors that may influence your decision to enter the academic job market.

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  1. Dmitri Malakhov / September 18, 2013 at 13:22

    Trivial comments. Not even a single deep thought.

  2. LightSmith / September 18, 2013 at 16:27

    A preface to this video should be “assuming you have multiple offers…”. But then again, the video could have been titled “what to do when encountering a unicorn in the woods”.

  3. Robert Jakob / September 20, 2013 at 10:04

    Not helpful at all. Everybody with IQ above 90 is already naturally considering these things.

  4. Usamah Shahwan (Ph.D) / October 15, 2013 at 06:28

    I have noticed that in humanities and cultural studies especially in areas such as political science and public administration, professors from the Middle East even those who graduated from top American universities and have numerous publications find it difficult to get offers even as sessional instructors in Canadian universities. Are these people considered below standards?

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