Academic Environment: A Handbook For Evaluating Employment Opportunities In Science
This handbook deals with contracts, evaluating job offers, lawsuits, and deciding when to leave an institution. It provides an objective system that can be used to evaluate the atmosphere and working conditions in any academic or industrial environment.
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Objective Evaluation of the Academic Environment
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0N Survey Rank 0nstitution 11 University academic atmosphere academic environment Analects analysis aspects of academic average career development chairperson Chapter Clause commuting competition mainly contract DDDDD DDDDD Yes DDDDD No Yes evaluation factor group faculty at negative faculty member faculty/staff FASEB faculty FASEB members gopher graduate grants and publications highly cited publications highly correlated highly negative schools highly positive schools highly valued insti institutional atmosphere interactions lawsuit liberal arts colleges negative responses NIH grants number of FASEB offer P/N ratio problems production of grants professors prospective faculty publication rate Regression analysis research grants respondents from positive salary SAS Institute School of Medicine scientists significantly survey questions survey responses Survivor type Telnet total institutional total number U.S. medical schools university faculty University of Connecticut University School VN VN VN Wright State University Yes No DDDDD Yes No nnnnn Yes No Yes