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Ms. Mentor's new and ever more impeccable advice for women and men in academia

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Toth,Emily

Source:

University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, p.268 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LB2332.3 .T683 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/7822989

Keywords:

Women college teachers--United St, Women college teachers--United States--Miscellanea, Women college teachers--United States--Social conditions, Women graduate students--United States--Miscellanea, Women graduate students--United States--Social conditions

Notes:

"From the ivory tower that affords her an unparalleled view of the academic landscape, Ms. Mentor dispenses her perfect wisdom to the huddled masses of professorial newbies, hardbitten oldies, and anxious midcareerists. She gives etiquette lessons to academic couples and the tough-talking low-down on adjunct positions. She tells you what to wear, how to make yourself popular, and how to decode academic language. Raw, shocking, precise, clever, absurd--Ms. Mentor has it all."