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Bouquets of Gray: Ziad Aboultaif, Conservative Edmonton Manning, PhD?

Edmonton Manning

Robert Jago, aka the most dangerous blogger in Canada, points out that Ziad Aboultaif, Conservative Edmonton Manning seems to have been touting his credentials in International Business on the basis of a PhD acquired from defunct Kennedy Western University, a notorious degree mill. . . . → Read More: Bouquets of Gray: Ziad Aboultaif, Conservative Edmonton Manning, PhD?

Death By Trolley: How are Psychology PhDs doing on the job market?

I am a reformed and rehabilitated ex-academic. In my previous life, I aspired to be a professor of Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Science. I described my experiences in the academic stream in a series entitled The Grad School Gospels. In The Grad School Gospels I have been pessimistic about the value of most Psychology graduate . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: How are Psychology PhDs doing on the job market?

Death By Trolley: The Grad School Gospels – Part 4: On Grad School Goggles and the Cult-Like Nature of Grad School

The Grad School Gospels is a series of posts inspired by Dirk Hayhurst‘s The Bullpen Gospels. In the Bullpen Gospels, Hayhurst tells stories from his struggle to self-actualize through professional baseball. Inspired by Hayhurst and the many commonalities I noticed between the minor league track to the Majors, as he described it, and my experience . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: The Grad School Gospels – Part 4: On Grad School Goggles and the Cult-Like Nature of Grad School

Death By Trolley: The Grad School Gospels – Part 3: Academe Can’t Be Your Everything

The Grad School Gospels is a series of posts inspired by Dirk Hayhurst‘s The Bullpen Gospels. In the Bullpen Gospels, Hayhurst tells stories from his struggle to self-actualize through professional baseball. Inspired by Hayhurst and the many commonalities I noticed between the minor league track to the Majors, as he described it, and my experience . . . → Read More: Death By Trolley: The Grad School Gospels – Part 3: Academe Can’t Be Your Everything