Welcome to Tomorrows-Professor eNewlsetter with postings twice weekly, usually on Monday and Thursday mornings, Pacific Standard Time. The eNewsletter seeks to foster a diverse, world-wide teaching and learning ecology among its over 65,000 subscribers at over 1,000 institutions and organizations in over 100 countries around the world. To date there have been over 1600 postings under the following categories:
- Tomorrow's Academy
- Tomorrow's Graduate Students and Postdocs
- Tomorrow's Academic Careers
- Tomorrow's Teaching and Learning
- Tomorrow's Research
See also past postings from Richard Reis' academic career column, Catalyst, that appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education on-line Career Network.
- Avoiding scientific misconduct
- To compete or collaborate?
- The scientific job talk
- Letters of recommendation 101
- Getting Published as a Graduate Student in the Sciences
- Interdisciplinary Research and Your Scientific Career
- How To Get All-Important Teaching Experience
- Keeping Your Research Alive
- The Basics of Science C.V.'s
- The Basics of Cover Letter Writing
- How to Get the Most Out of Scientific Conferences
- Choosing The Right Research Adviser
- Choosing a Research Topic
- When Faculty Consulting Helps -- and When It Hurts -- Your Career
- Is the tenure path the best route for you?
- The Right Start-UP Package for Beginning Scientists
- So what do you do, and why should I care?
- Establishing Your Absence
- Staying Ahead of Your Competition
- The Need for Self-Promotion in Scientific Careers
Richard M. Reis, Ph.D.
Tel: (408) 420-9349