Our 2014 Recap
Here is the first of what could be many 2014 recap/reflection/wrap re-blogs of the next few days ~ and a blog recommendation If you are not already a reader. Subscribe or add it to your reader.
Oh yes, and we’ll write and post at least one of our own even if Adjunctiverse is primarily (and unabashedly) a curation/aggregation blog
Photo adapted from Gustav Aagesen (http://bit.ly/1er9wGk)
Although I think bloggers themselves get more out of year-end posts, I cannot pass up an excuse to reflect on the past year for Conditionally Accepted. The blog has grown enough since my 2013 year-end recap to warrant a recap of 2014.
The biggest change, of course, is the growth of our blogging staff, with the addition of Dr. Jeana Jorgensen (@foxyfolklorist) as a regular contributor. Beginning with her four-part blog series, “I Don’t Know If I Want To Be A Professor Anymore” (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4), Jeana brings to the blog one perspective of the now-majority of PhDs who do not secure tenure-track positions after graduate school. She recently launched her own sex education business, and continues to blog on her personal site and for MySexProfessor.com. Welcome Jeana!
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