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The Politics of Tenure

Like a majority of Americans, I have grown tired of the political maneuvering and self-righteous “chest thumping” of which all political parties engage—Democrats, Republicans, tea partiers, and the like. Washington, DC is dysfunctional and has been for many years. One can say the same thing about the tenure process. As a newly-minted associate professor, I […]

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