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Before reflecting on a range of things, let me start by answering a question that may have popped into your head: I have no plans to join the Trump administration ha ha.
Technically, my resignation is a retirement event, since I am on the Georgia State Teachers Retirement System, and I need to retire from Georgia Tech to get my pension although I am a few years shy of So, I have retired from Georgia Tech, and I have no intention of seeking another academic or administrative position in a university or government agency.
Why did I resign my tenured faculty position? The superficial reason is that I want to do other things, and no longer need my university salary. This opens up an opportunity for Georgia Tech to make a new hire see advert. The deeper reasons have to do with my growing disenchantment with universities, the academic field of climate science and scientists.
At first, I thought the changes I saw at Georgia Tech were due to a change in the higher administration President, Provost, etc. But then I started to realize that academia and universities nationwide were undergoing substantial changes.
I came across a recent article that expresses part of what is wrong: Universities are becoming like mechanical nightingales. So why not try to change the system from the inside?
Well, this is not the battle I want to fight, apart from any realistic assessment of being able to shift the ponderous beast from within.
How young scientists are to navigate all this is beyond me, and it often becomes a battle of scientific integrity versus career suicide I have worked through these issues with a number of skeptical young scientists.
Let me relate an interaction that I had with a postdoc about a month ago. She wanted to meet me, as an avid reader of my blog. WOW, a scientist that knows the difference! I advised her to keep her head down and keep doing the research that she thinks interesting and important, and to stay out of the climate debate UNLESS she decides to dig in and pursue it intellectually.
Personal opinions about the science and political opinions about policies that are sort of related to your research expertise are just that — personal and political opinions. Selling such opinions as contributing to a scientific consensus is very much worse than a joke.
Stepping back from all this, I reminded myself that I was a tenured faculty member — in principle I could do whatever I wanted.TRANSITION WORDS What are transitions and how are they used?
transitions are phrases or words used to connect one idea to the next ; transitions are used by the author to help the reader progress from one significant idea to the next to begin with, at first, for a start, secondly, [back to list].
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1. The top of the first page of a research paper. A research paper does not normally need a title page, but if the paper is a group project, create a title page and list all the authors on it instead of in the header on page 1 of your essay.
Comparing and Contrasting NCU's Concept Paper Requirements for Qualitative and or Quantitative Papers - On the other hand, quantitative research questions should be testable, specific, and be directly answerable based on experimental/research data.
Transition words and phrases can help your paper move along, smoothly gliding from one topic to the next. If you have trouble thinking of a way to connect your paragraphs, consider a few of these top transitions as inspiration. Vocabulary and spelling series Transitional Words & Phrases.
Using transitional words and phrases helps papers read more smoothly, and at the same time allows the reader to flow more smoothly from one point to the next.