C. Jaime, Education system expert

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Should College Be Free: Pros and Cons

Should College Be Free: Pros and Cons

Did you know that there is free college education in 25 countries and at least 20 U.S. schools and universities?
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What Is an Endowed Chair (or Professorship)?

What Is an Endowed Chair (or Professorship)?

An endowed chair (or professorship) is a faculty position that is privately funded by an endowment. Here’s how it works:
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How Can the Dean of Students Help Me?

How Can the Dean of Students Help Me?

The dean of students is in charge of student life. He is an excellent ally for college students with financial
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Professor Rankings: The Key Differences

Here’s the deal: academic ranks are complicated. For those who are thinking of joining academia through a master’s degree or
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Email Etiquette: How to Write to Your Professors

Email Etiquette: How to Write to Your Professors

The way you communicate with your professors is critical. If you come off as harsh, clueless, or irresponsible, it will
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The Differences Between Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors

The Differences Between Assistant, Associate, and Full Professors

Did you know that some professors can’t be fired at all? That’s right; professors who got tenured can’t lose their
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What Makes a Professor Distinguished?

What Makes a Professor Distinguished?

The title of “distinguished professor” is given to top tenured professors to recognize their outstanding academic contributions. This designation is
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Professor Emeritus: Here’s What It Really Mean

Professor Emeritus: Here’s What It Really Mean

Did you know that some professors can’t be fired? That’s what universities call “tenure.” Tenure grants a professor permanent employment!
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Professor Salaries: By Academic Rank, Major, and State

Professor Salaries: By Academic Rank, Major, and State

A lot of students say that university professors are overpaid. But what are the facts? It’s true that some college
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What “Education Level” Actually Means

What “Education Level” Actually Means

The term “education level” often comes up in application forms. My recommendation is to include the highest academic level you’ve
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