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47 votes

I believe I have solved a famous open problem. How do I convince people in the field that I am not a crank?

34 votes
Accepted

How to ask what my salary will be for German PhD position

30 votes

Incorrect reasons for rejection, what next?

27 votes

How to substantiate the claim that something is not known?

24 votes

On agreeing on length of PhD program in advance and three year studies

21 votes
Accepted

How to correct plagiarism in my own Master's thesis, years later?

14 votes

Should I omit a citation if the authors ask me to?

13 votes

How can our department solicit more (good) PhD applications?

12 votes

Why are papers without code but with results accepted?

11 votes

I don't want to kill any more mice, but my advisor insists that I must in order to get my PhD

10 votes

My master’s thesis’ results will be published without my consent. What should I do?

7 votes

Separating academic identity from social identity

7 votes

Do you need to get permission to publish a quote or small excerpt?

5 votes

How to motivate students to complete low-point homework?

5 votes

What are the motivations for publishing new editions of an existing textbook, beyond new discoveries in a field?

5 votes

TVL Stufe in Germany based on previous degree

4 votes

How to phrase omissions correctly in a thesis?

4 votes

Should I accept an invitation to give a talk on dated work?

3 votes

Is it a good idea for a nonnative English speaker to have native speakers help make the English in statement of purpose perfect?

2 votes

Is it unethical to submit an older paper to a conference and then update it after acceptance?

2 votes

How can I obfuscate my writing style when I review papers?

1 vote

Safely negotiate a salary for a PhD offer - Germany

0 votes

What to use instead of academic 'we' when describing an experiment?

-2 votes

Should I make my research students' pay contingent on completion of tasks (such as reading/summarizing papers)?