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The value of administrative staff in departments, in Isis the Scientist Link

Students who ask "Did I miss anything?" in Female Science Professor Link

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Law school economics, in The Volokh Conspiracy Link

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Writing without the pressures of being an academic, in Academic Cog Link

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