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Knowing Your Worth
Negotiation and the academic marketplace

Recommended reading


Why don’t we have, for the person who’s been at the institution for ten years whose equipment is all ratty, a refresher package?”

I don’t think Emory should ever concede that it will lose people to better schools. I think it has long done that, has not tried to remain competitive, and sometimes I fear that it is still just trying to be good enough.”


Women and Negotiation
What can underpaid but committed faculty members do?

Book Review and Reflections
Necessary Dreams: Ambition in Women’s Changing Lives by Anna Fels


Making Academic Writing Unpalatable
Examining violence without sensationalizing or sanitizing


Endnotes

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The Strategic Plan for Emory: Updates and Highlights

Computational and Life Sciences
October 2008

Preparing Engaged Scholars
September 2008

Internationalization Plan
August 2008


Voices in This Issue

Patricia Bauer, Psychology
Scott Boden, Orthopaedics
Bill Buzbee, Law
Leslie Harris, History
Kate Heilpern, Emergency Medicine
Ajay Kohli, Business
Rosemary Magee, Secretary of the University
Gyanendra Pandey, History
Laurie Patton, Religion
Natasha Trethewey, English/Creative Writing


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Sept 08
Vol 11 No 1