As I have stated many times here, the United States has to create dignified work for people who can’t or haven’t earned a college degree. It’s simply terrible policy to blithely clai
Forcing impoverished graduate students and adjunct faculty to travel to a random expensive city for 30 minute first round job interview is one of the least morally defensible parts of academia. Profes
Jason Scott Smith gives us a primer of how the federal government once created a huge number of jobs in a short time and suggests the potential for this again.
Andrew Exum and Charlie Simpson wrote a post a few days ago on how wannabe policy professionals should approach Ph.D. education. The post was written in response to a series of tweets that defined t