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Assistant Professor in Psychology

University of Kentucky Lexington-Fayette, KY

The Department of Psychology at the University of Kentucky invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the special title… Glassdoor


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Assistant Professor in Philosophy

University of Kentucky Lexington-Fayette, KY

include undergraduate and graduate teaching (four courses per year, i.e., two per semester), dissertation and thesis supervision, and standard… Glassdoor


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Assistant Professor in Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies

University of Kentucky Lexington-Fayette, KY

The Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies at the University of Kentucky invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of… Glassdoor


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    Job Security. Once hired, you can work at UK for the rest of your life if you want. Even if you're lazy. (As long as you don't screw up severely)

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    Things move at a snail pace all over the organization. Salary inequality is severe. Your supervisors make 3-4x your salary without producing 3-4x your knowledge or work, simply because they have friends in the right places and/or have been at the organization a long time.

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    When your subordinates tell you they feel they are underpaid, don't tell them "there's just no money for raises". Especially since it is a public University and everybody's salary is public information. We can see that you get massive raises every year even though there's "no money". (This isn't targeted to one person, this is generic. It happens all over the campus in the management side of things)

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