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On standards or conventions specific to the United States higher education system, which differs in structure and style from the systems in other parts of the world.

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I have a doctorate. Well into our marriage right after my wife got hers our daughter happened to answer the telephone when a caller asked to speak to "Dr. Bolker". Without missing a beat she asked "wh …
answered Aug 4 '18 by Ethan Bolker
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I concur with the majority of answers that say that asking for a delay (for this reason) is unethical at worst, tacky at best. However, when the new excellent paper does appear in the highly rated j …
answered May 11 '18 by Ethan Bolker
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I always show a student (or colleague) the letter I've been asked to write - noting that although s/he has (almost always) waived the right to see the letter, I have not waived the right to show it. S …
answered Aug 23 '14 by Ethan Bolker
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Can you make it a teachable moment, since he does seem receptive to your teaching? Think about how you might graciously and constructively correct him if he wrote something like this in a paper for yo …
answered Mar 12 '17 by Ethan Bolker
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The situation is complicated so there is no simple answer. Over time you and your instructor(s) will have to work out a modus vivendi. From my point of view as a teacher, I want you to try to continu …
answered Jan 22 '17 by Ethan Bolker