In our school, we vote on everything. You can vote yes or hell yes. If you only vote yes you will be immediately suspect. #academiclife
— Associate Deans (@ass_deans) June 17, 2014
We need to continue to do it this way because we've always done it this way. #WhatToSayInDeptMeetings
— Tira Nee (@SarcasticMethod) June 16, 2014
Dear Editor, if you want us to address everything the referees want, you need to raise your word limit over 8,000 fucking words. love, W_R
— Worse Reviewer (@Worse_Reviewer) June 16, 2014
I might not agree with @DaveBratVA7th, but as a fellow professor I do admire his door signage: pic.twitter.com/7viNIJheiU
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) June 16, 2014
I have grading 2 do. What idiot assigned these papers??? Oh....
— College Professor (@ReadTheSyllabus) June 15, 2014
Dear Student, Even though hard work has never killed a student, I see you are not taking any chances.
— Tira Nee (@SarcasticMethod) June 14, 2014
Teaching summer school seemed like a good idea back in October
— Peeved Prof (@peevedccprof) June 14, 2014
Dear Student, Why in the name of Vulcan logic would you sign up for an online course if you have "unreliable" Internet? No extension. Bam!
— Tira Nee (@SarcasticMethod) June 13, 2014
I constantly complain about TA's as you know. Why? Because you don't want to get me started on RA's. Just like how RA's never get started.
— Dr. Bad Professor (@DrBadProfessor) June 12, 2014
I declare victory over msword, which has simply collapsed under the weight of all my comments on this student's paper.
— Tiger Professor (@TigerProfessor) June 12, 2014
The only friend I have at my institution is consistently smooth and above all an inspiration. His name is Jameson and lives in my desk.
— Dr. Bad Professor (@DrBadProfessor) June 11, 2014
Dear prof, Here's my list of excuses for not doing my work. I hope you don't look at my public Facebook page which proves it's all a lie.
— A Prof's Life (@AProfsLife) June 11, 2014
The grad school library needs a bar inside of it. We could call it "Research Assistance."
— Grad School Elitist (@GradElitism) June 10, 2014
You know you've been teaching for too long when you'd rather do the dishes and scrub the tub than grade another paper.
— Prof. Ria Arbe (@RiaArbe) June 10, 2014
Academic writing. Courtesy of @calvinandhobbes. pic.twitter.com/IGEStkufX0
— Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) June 8, 2014