By Erik Hanson What would you do for that golden opportunity? Wait, we can probably assume most New Adjuncts might equate that sort of opportunity with a full-time teaching position..
By Erik Hanson My typical weekday begins before 5 a.m., which I’m sure is unthinkable to some, and all too familiar to others. The main reason is because of the.
By Erik Hanson The last Sunday before classes resume, and I could be found going over my schedules and rosters, taking a last-minute look at the syllabi, and shuffling necessary.
By Erik Hanson It's the Monday morning after Finals and all my grades are tallied, waiting to be posted by college officials. I'm caught between rummaging through my files for.
By P.D. Lesko I'm starting to get jealous of AdjunctNation.com's Juggling 101 blogger Kat Kiefer-Newman. Her blog posts are shared and shared and shared on Facebook with a regularity that.
It's the Fall, and that is just about the only time I ever miss teaching college. I loved teaching, and every September I would tweak my materials and welcome however.