For temporary relief of imposter syndrome: Grading.
— Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) April 20, 2014
A student just emailed me to ask for a letter of recommendation. She misspelled both my first and last name. Bang up job, student.
— Anonymous Professor (@AnonymousProfs) April 20, 2014
The part of the semester where you start telling students not to come back to class.
— Failed Academic (@FailedAcademic1) April 17, 2014
@DavidSnyder22 @pankisseskafka "Research makes you, teaching can only break you, and service gets you a slightly cooler spot in hell."
— Titus Brown (@ctitusbrown) April 17, 2014
I love the suggestion that I go home and ponder ways to wreck my students' lives when I'm not on campus. Honestly, they don't enter my mind.
— Anonymous Professor (@AnonymousProfs) April 19, 2014
"Being an academic means never having to say you're certain." - Cyril Psybin
— Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) April 17, 2014
How will we know if students truly enjoyed their Spring Break if we don't assess them on it?
— Sean Junkins (@sjunkins) April 17, 2014
Grad students. Getting uninhibitedly enthusiastic about things that no one else knows about, cares about, or wants to hear about.
— Drunk Grad Student (@DrunkGrad) April 16, 2014