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How serious are German universities about the locality requirement?

This is not a complete answer. I know several Professors at German Universities that commute quite a long way (~2 hours either way). Note that a German Professor is not compelled to actually be in his ...
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Switching Tenure-Track Positions Within Same University

It is possible. The frequency of it depends on the two fields. I know a good share of say solid state physics people who moved to materials science when there was a pure science innovation in need of ...
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State of the uk postdoc market

I can't promise that this qualifies as an answer or not, but I hope it will help. You don't describe getting turned down, so it isn't likely that you are a bad applicant. But, you may be searching too ...
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PhD Reapplication

East Asian Study programs are very competitive and often require two East Asian language (a primary and a secondary) at a very high level (my first Ph.D. was in Japanese Studies). If the professors ...
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PhD Reapplication

What you suggest seems reasonable. Remind them of the previous contact and that your questions are the same if you think it necessary. They won't have remembered some or all of that, but it might be ...
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Switching Tenure-Track Positions Within Same University

Context: United States. I'm not sure how applicable what I wrote is to other countries. Moving departments within the same institution is not common, but should usually be possible through an ...
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Switching Tenure-Track Positions Within Same University

It is possible. In the new position you may have to start over from scratch on seniority---negotiate this with the new department.
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Switching Tenure-Track Positions Within Same University

It should be possible. I've no idea how common it is. As for the second question - I would not do this without the blessing of colleagues in the department you're now in and encouragement from people ...
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How can one apply to graduate school if their undergraduate university is uncooperative in providing the required information?

Thirty years out of school is a long time and some places will consider you unready to continue. Not all, and it depends on what you want to study and how your experience is relevant to that. There ...
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All three LOR from math professors while applying for CS program

I assume you are in the US. First, TA positions are scarce resources, which are usually reserved to Ph.D. students if the university has a Ph.D. program. If you are interested in a Ph.D. apply for a ...
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All three LOR from math professors while applying for CS program

CS to Math and Math to CS is not an uncommon transition that students might choose to make between undergraduate and graduate schools. You are also majoring in CS, so you are certainly a suitable ...
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