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Questions related to academic culture, academic communities, and the coexistence of "life" and "academia."

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The most important thing a HoD had do is to stand as a firewall between the faculty/school administration and the academics. Fight their fights for them, preferably without them even knowing you are h …
answered Oct 1 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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The PhD is a test of your stubbornness, patience and grit more than it is a test of any sort of intelligence or ability.
answered May 1 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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I don't think I would worry about disturbing people - that is the point of email and what makes it different from instant messaging. It is more of a worry that you may give people in the impression …
answered Oct 10 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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Bullying in academia is currently getting higher exposure as a problem. See the recent cases of Nazeen Rahman at ICR in the UK, or Guinevere Kauffmann at the Max Planck. In this climate it is less lik …
answered Jul 18 '18 by Ian Sudbery