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Regarding the appropriate titles or post-nominal letters to use, given an individual's academic status.

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Sorry to be a bit of a party pooper, but I don't like either StrongBad's or paul garrett's suggestions. Notwithstanding the fact that you deserve all the respect and congratulations in the world for y …
answered Apr 16 '16 by Dan Romik
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First of all, it’s not clear what you mean by “badly seen” and whether (or to what extent) your premise is correct. But to the extent that it is badly seen, I would argue that it has to do with effici …
answered May 21 '18 by Dan Romik
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Can I call myself an assistant professor without a PhD I think the problem here is that you don't get to choose what to "call yourself" (in professional contexts, particularly in your CV). Your j …
answered Aug 9 by Dan Romik
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Sign your reply email "Enthusiastic Student, M.Sc.", and write the same on your conference name badge.
answered Nov 8 '15 by Dan Romik