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Job search in academe : how to get the position you deserve

Author: Dawn M Formo; Cheryl Reed
Publisher: Sterling, Va. : Stylus, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dawn M Formo; Cheryl Reed
ISBN: 9781579221331 1579221335 9781579221348 1579221343
OCLC Number: 144553754
Notes: Includes index.
Description: x, 268 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Becoming literate in the employment line : Dr. Strangefield, or, How we learned to stop worrying and love the job search --
Case study 1 : to enter the job market fray or not? --
Writing the script : the application process --
Case study 2 : making your file work : personalize! --
The callback : the professional conference interview --
Case study 3 : the (somewhat) lighter side of the academic job search --
The screen test : the campus interview --
Case study 4 : my job search : a Cinderella story --
Case study 5 : it can be done : getting a tenure-track job as ABD in the Humanities --
Rehearsing for ad-libbing : preparing for (un)anticipated interview questions --
Case study 6 : the ghosts in the machine : women of color and the job market --
The awards ceremony : negotiating the university job contract or deciding to "leave showbiz" --
Case study 7 : managing negotiations with the clock ticking --
Case study 8 : the academic couple --
Case study 9 : reading, writing, and ramen : an academic couple's search for sustainable employment --
Case study 10 : the corporate interview --
Best performance in an underfunded public drama : the tenure-track professorship at the community college --
Case study 11 : a community college candidate's perspective --
Case study 12 : tale of two interviews : how failing to get the job can still lead to important insight --
Case study 13 : calling on your professional experience : securing a votech (vocational technology) teaching position --
In the director's chair : being an ethical academic advisor to students preparing for the job search.
Responsibility: Dawn M. Formo and Cheryl Reed ; foreword by Kristina Mesaros, Carla Maroudas, and Kevin Degnan.

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"With a great deal of wit, with a whole lot of common sense, Dawn Formo and Cheryl Reed have produced a handbook which will be invaluable to job seekers."--Ross Winterowd"

 
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