• The Professor is In

    Kopi Kopi

    $15.00

    These Meetups gather on the third Friday of every month from 2 - 3:30. They are designed for people who want resource to (1) learn how to become an adjunct; (2) get tools for teaching such as setting up courses, developing syllabi, etc., (3) effectively pitching courses to different institutions, (4) other crucial how-to topics connected to teaching. When participants register for these sessions, you are provided with at least fifteen minutes to work with me to receive resources, support, and suggestions for your challenges. These sessions are limited to nine participants - reserve your spot quickly. The setting is public and it is expected that you will stay for the entire Meetup.

  • Meet and greet!

    Stumptown Coffee

    Welcome! These Meetups gather on the first Friday of the month from 2 - 3:30. At this Meetup, we will gather to discuss a designated topic designed to use our mutual expertise to improve our lives as adjuncts, as academics, and flourish in other ventures connected to our teaching. Here is a suggested schedule of topics. • January: Improving pay and benefits where we teach; • February: Job security and course loads; •March: Managing spring break; • April: Managing the end of the semester; • May: Academic Writing; • June: Summer income; • July: Teaching summer courses; • August: Inclusion in campus life; • September: Setting professional goals for new school year; • November: Moving out of academia; •December: Activism around part-time faculty. If you have topic suggestions, send me a note and I'll work it in! I look forward to seeing you!

  • The Professor is In

    Kopi Kopi

    $15.00

    These Meetups gather on the third Friday of every month from 2 - 3:30. They are designed for people who want resource to (1) learn how to become an adjunct; (2) get tools for teaching such as setting up courses, developing syllabi, etc., (3) effectively pitching courses to different institutions, (4) other crucial how-to topics connected to teaching. When participants register for these sessions, you are provided with at least fifteen minutes to work with me to receive resources, support, and suggestions for your challenges. These sessions are limited to nine participants - reserve your spot quickly. The setting is public and it is expected that you will stay for the entire Meetup.

  • Meet and greet!

    Stumptown Coffee

    Welcome! These Meetups gather on the first Friday of the month from 2 - 3:30. At this Meetup, we will gather to discuss a designated topic designed to use our mutual expertise to improve our lives as adjuncts, as academics, and flourish in other ventures connected to our teaching. Here is a suggested schedule of topics. • January: Improving pay and benefits where we teach; • February: Job security and course loads; •March: Managing spring break; • April: Managing the end of the semester; • May: Academic Writing; • June: Summer income; • July: Teaching summer courses; • August: Inclusion in campus life; • September: Setting professional goals for new school year; • November: Moving out of academia; •December: Activism around part-time faculty. If you have topic suggestions, send me a note and I'll work it in! I look forward to seeing you!

  • The Professor is In

    Kopi Kopi

    $15.00

    These Meetups gather on the third Friday of every month from 2 - 3:30. They are designed for people who want resource to (1) learn how to become an adjunct; (2) get tools for teaching such as setting up courses, developing syllabi, etc., (3) effectively pitching courses to different institutions, (4) other crucial how-to topics connected to teaching. When participants register for these sessions, you are provided with at least fifteen minutes to work with me to receive resources, support, and suggestions for your challenges. These sessions are limited to nine participants - reserve your spot quickly. The setting is public and it is expected that you will stay for the entire Meetup.

  • Meet and greet!

    Stumptown Coffee

    Welcome! These Meetups gather on the first Friday of the month from 2 - 3:30. At this Meetup, we will gather to discuss a designated topic designed to use our mutual expertise to improve our lives as adjuncts, as academics, and flourish in other ventures connected to our teaching. Here is a suggested schedule of topics. • January: Improving pay and benefits where we teach; • February: Job security and course loads; •March: Managing spring break; • April: Managing the end of the semester; • May: Academic Writing; • June: Summer income; • July: Teaching summer courses; • August: Inclusion in campus life; • September: Setting professional goals for new school year; • November: Moving out of academia; •December: Activism around part-time faculty. If you have topic suggestions, send me a note and I'll work it in! I look forward to seeing you!

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  • The Professor is In

    Kopi Kopi

    $15.00

    These Meetups gather on the third Friday of every month from 2 - 3:30. They are designed for people who want resource to (1) learn how to become an adjunct; (2) get tools for teaching such as setting up courses, developing syllabi, etc., (3) effectively pitching courses to different institutions, (4) other crucial how-to topics connected to teaching. When participants register for these sessions, you are provided with at least fifteen minutes to work with me to receive resources, support, and suggestions for your challenges. These sessions are limited to nine participants - reserve your spot quickly. The setting is public and it is expected that you will stay for the entire Meetup.

  • Meet and greet!

    Stumptown Coffee

    Welcome! These Meetups gather on the first Friday of the month from 2 - 3:30. At this Meetup, we will gather to discuss a designated topic designed to use our mutual expertise to improve our lives as adjuncts, as academics, and flourish in other ventures connected to our teaching. Here is a suggested schedule of topics. • January: Improving pay and benefits where we teach; • February: Job security and course loads; •March: Managing spring break; • April: Managing the end of the semester; • May: Academic Writing; • June: Summer income; • July: Teaching summer courses; • August: Inclusion in campus life; • September: Setting professional goals for new school year; • November: Moving out of academia; •December: Activism around part-time faculty. If you have topic suggestions, send me a note and I'll work it in! I look forward to seeing you!

  • The Professor is In

    Kopi Kopi

    $15.00

    These Meetups gather on the third Friday of every month from 2 - 3:30. They are designed for people who want resource to (1) learn how to become an adjunct; (2) get tools for teaching such as setting up courses, developing syllabi, etc., (3) effectively pitching courses to different institutions, (4) other crucial how-to topics connected to teaching. When participants register for these sessions, you are provided with at least fifteen minutes to work with me to receive resources, support, and suggestions for your challenges. These sessions are limited to nine participants - reserve your spot quickly. The setting is public and it is expected that you will stay for the entire Meetup.

  • Meet and greet!

    Stumptown Coffee

    Welcome! These Meetups gather on the first Friday of the month from 2 - 3:30. At this Meetup, we will gather to discuss a designated topic designed to use our mutual expertise to improve our lives as adjuncts, as academics, and flourish in other ventures connected to our teaching. Here is a suggested schedule of topics. • January: Improving pay and benefits where we teach; • February: Job security and course loads; •March: Managing spring break; • April: Managing the end of the semester; • May: Academic Writing; • June: Summer income; • July: Teaching summer courses; • August: Inclusion in campus life; • September: Setting professional goals for new school year; • November: Moving out of academia; •December: Activism around part-time faculty. If you have topic suggestions, send me a note and I'll work it in! I look forward to seeing you!