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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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4/12 – Grant Writing Workshop with Dr. Karen Kelsky

Join us for a four-hour grant writing workshop led by Karen Kelsky, nationally-known academic consultant who  blogs as “The Professor Is In.” Dr. Kelsky will offer tangible strategies for grant-writing, including how to think like the selection committee, how to

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Professional Development: Blog Post about Impostor Syndrome on TPII

Dr. Karen Kelsky’s blog has a fantastic new guest post by Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ottawa, on the lasting feelings of being an impostor in academia.  She discusses her own feeling

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Professional Development: Blog Post about Impostor Syndrome on TPII

Dr. Karen Kelsky’s blog has a fantastic new guest post by Phyllis L. F. Rippeyoung, an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Ottawa, on the lasting feelings of being an impostor in academia.  She discusses her own feeling

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Professional Development: Telling a Wider Story in Your Grant Application

Dr. Karen Kelsky blogs about her solution for writing about how one’s proposed grant project fills a gap in the scholarly literature.  She finds that many grant applicants make the mistake of failing to demonstrate why his/her topic is worthy

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Professional Development: Telling a Wider Story in Your Grant Application

Dr. Karen Kelsky blogs about her solution for writing about how one’s proposed grant project fills a gap in the scholarly literature.  She finds that many grant applicants make the mistake of failing to demonstrate why his/her topic is worthy

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Professional Development: How to Prepare for a Tenure-Track Job Interview from The Professor Is In

For those of you preparing for tenure-track job interviews: Dr. Karen Kelsky, blogging as The Professor Is In, shares The #Facepalm Fails of the Academic Interview. Among the questions that have produced uncomfortable moments of silence and fumbled answers is

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Professional Development: How to Prepare for a Tenure-Track Job Interview from The Professor Is In

For those of you preparing for tenure-track job interviews: Dr. Karen Kelsky, blogging as The Professor Is In, shares The #Facepalm Fails of the Academic Interview. Among the questions that have produced uncomfortable moments of silence and fumbled answers is

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Professional Development: “Why Your Job Cover Letter Sucks” from The Professor Is In

Dr. Karen Kelsky, former tenured faculty member and chairperson now working as a highly successful consultant to academics, tells you “Why Your Job Cover Letter Sucks (and what you can do to fix it).” In the introduction, she points out

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Professional Development: “Why Your Job Cover Letter Sucks” from The Professor Is In

Dr. Karen Kelsky, former tenured faculty member and chairperson now working as a highly successful consultant to academics, tells you “Why Your Job Cover Letter Sucks (and what you can do to fix it).” In the introduction, she points out