This book is a guide to thinking about and planning for tenure, promotion, and academic career-planning. It is a synthesis of research, interviews and consultations, as well as personal experiences about surviving and prospering in academia. David Perlmutter tries to reveal as critically and as candidly as possible the qbehind closed doorsq and qpeople-incitedq events, issues, processes, and relations that affect victory or failure in academia.You might ask Professor Jefferson. He is a master of the essay question.aquot; Well, you have now shined the lantern on at least one honest mentor. You can be reasonably sure that in the future, when Dr. Adams feels her advice is worth offering, anbsp;...
|Title||:||PROMOTION AND TENURE CONFIDENTIAL|
|Author||:||David D Perlmutter|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 2010|