Goodreads Giveaway For Academic Betrayal For July

I would like to let everyone know that my book Academic Betrayal: The Bullying of a Graduate Student is currently available for a Goodreads Giveaway. I will be giving away 8 FREE copies. Sign up as soon as you can because the giveaway ends on July 27th. To participate, simply click the link below: Win […]

College Presidents’ Salaries And The Corporatization Of Higher Ed

salaries of college president

The salaries of university presidents might be the clearest indication of what is happening in higher education, profiteering at the expense of those who want to further themselves through education in these uncertain times. With the increase of the cost of college and student debt, college presidents’ salaries also continue to rise. College presidents have […]

Gaslighting And Academic Bullying In College Can Lead To PTSD

Gaslighting in Higher Education

I’ve seen some really horrifying stuff in my department from advisors. Stuff I’d call gaslighting. Stuff like advisors taking credit for students’ work. Yeah, for sure, it can happen. –Stated an anonymous source who only identified as “namesarehard” on a string in an online forum entitled: “How common is bullying in grad school?” Gaslighting in Higher […]

Learning Smarter In The United States

Education in the United States

Education in the United States There are more than enough difficult questions to be answered and taxing problems to be solved across American society. Issues that unite people are dwindling, while polarizing conflicts continue to dominate our politics and our media. With that said, I think that one statement which remains entirely immune to partisanship is […]

Goodreads Giveaway For Academic Betrayal

I would like to let everyone know that my book Academic Betrayal: The Bullying of a Graduate Student is currently available for a Goodreads Giveaway. I will be giving away 8 FREE copies. Sign up as soon as you can because the giveaway ends on May 12th. To participate, simply click the link below: Win […]

A Professor With Tenure Is The Reason I’ll Never Know Statistics

The Reason Never Know Statistics

I was never a good student when it came to mathematics. I didn’t understand why I had to find the area of a triangle or the circumference of the sun or even why Sally let her brother eat 17 muffins out of the 356 she made. Honestly, I just thought that was rude of him. […]