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Gray publishes book with tips for successful academic careers

<![CDATA[Paul Gray, visiting professor of information systems at UC Irvine, has published a new book called What They Didn't Teach…]]>

May 12, 2008
Gray publishes book with tips for successful academic careers

Paul Gray, visiting professor of information systems at UC Irvine, has published a new book called What They Didn’t Teach You in Graduate School: 199 Helpful Hints for Success in Your Academic Career. Gray’s book includes insider tips and advice about building a successful career in academia, including information about what academic life is really like, how to develop habits and networks for success, and how higher education is changing. The book is co-authored by David E. Drew, a sociologist and professor at Claremont Graduate University, and includes illustrations by cartoonist Matthew Henry Hall.