How to Spot a Dead End Teaching Job

by Nick Capo I AM STILL in shock. Stunned. Discombobulated. Relieved. This year will be my ninth as an adjunct, but I had a great summer. I feel like I should feel guilty. After eight years at a large eastern research university as a lecturer on part-time, one-year, and multi-year contracts with stints as the Honors Composition and Mentor Program coordinator and as the Assistant and Associate Director of Composition, I have amassed a good teaching record. My Vita lists many, many sections of nine different courses and three different teaching practica; my student evaluations are good, and I have […]
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