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Interviewing for academic jobs …with kids

What do you do when you have a child and are invited to an interview away from home? Here’s an excerpt from my post on InsideHigherEd: “So when the day came that the phone call arrived from my desired department offering an on-campus interview, I was ready to leave immediately and jump as high as … Continue reading

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