The Upside of Adjunct Making Peace with Not Getting Tenure

In the United States, around 2.9 million people are employed by higher education institutions, but not all of these folks are lucky enough to call themselves adjunct professors. Many have college coaching jobs, college admissions jobs or college counseling jobs. For some, being an adjunct is part of a longer scheme to be promoted to tenured professor. However, some are […]

The Benefits of a School For Students With Autism and Special Needs

Many people are under the impression that autism is a single diagnosis and that people with autism all have the same characteristics. This, however, is a common misconception. Autism is actually better described as autism spectrum disorders, because there is a wide range of symptoms and characteristics that exists on this spectrum. Since autism encompasses a number of different disorders, […]

5 University Staff Positions That Don’t Require a Doctorate

When most people envision working at a university, they probably picture professorial types in tweed jackets (with elbow patches) giving lectures. But actually, a large percentage of a university’s staff isn’t part of the teaching faculty, and many have only bachelor’s or master’s degrees. Here are five examples of college or university jobs that might be a perfect fit for […]

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