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Seriously though, the past few years have been tough, but it’s sad to see that it’s over. I have a chip on my shoulder from getting bullied for HW answers in middle and high school so I would like some outside opinions on what I should reasonably be expected to do for my peers vs my personal preference of just letting them drown.
Getting my masters was fulfilling in a way my bachelors just wasn’t. My cohort was amazing, and I can see us staying at least somewhat in touch. I will preface by stating that, at least academically, I tend to view positive feedback and good grades as a sign of personal achievement.
A top priority is to educate members of the campus community on the policies, procedures, and resources that pertain to victim support and/or the reporting of offenses.
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Lectures are 2 hours once a week, with a large, but not unreasonable, amount of reading in between (averaging about 250 pages per week of fairly dense academic prose between the 3 courses).I've been recruited for a pretty cool postdoc position.Its currently open but they requested that I apply anyway, and I interviewed and there is currently talk of trying to hold it open for a year so I can take it and finish writing my dissertation after moving there to begin the postdoc. I've tried to not sulk around since the only thing I can really do is be strong for her.How old were you (or will you be) when you finish with your graduate studies? Will I be able to find a job outside of academia if I choose to go down that route?The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) takes seriously its responsibility to address sexual assault, harassment, stalking, and dating/domestic abuse and violence on campus.