Quick announcement for anyone who is interested. I just took up a position as an Adjunct Professor at Montclair State University and will be teaching two undergraduate Fluency in Technology classes in September. This is in addition to my full time job, but I’m not worried.
The way it works out, I only have to do this 2 nights a week and it won’t interfere with my normal work schedule. I can totally pull that off, and still have time to goof off. And having some extra money never hurts.
In fact I should be able to spend more time on preparation than when I was doing this as a graduate assistant. Back then I was teaching this class, working part time off campus, taking classes as a full time graduate student, doing TA work (grading and etc) for another professor, and writing my thesis. This time around I won’t have classes, thesis or TA responsibilities to worry about.
So what does this mean for the blog? You may expect to see a return of “Only at Montclair State” and “LOL MSU” type rants. If you don’t know what I mean go over and read some of the posts by Miloš – he tends to churn those out regularly. :P
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