Mentor Interest Form 2017-2018
This form is for women who are interested in serving as a junior mentor for a philosophy job candidate in 2017-2018. The criteria for serving as a mentor are that you (a) currently hold a permanent academic post and (b) have had job market experience at the junior level in the past seven years. For this year, there are no geographic constraints. Currently we are only matching women volunteers, but in the future we may be able to match others. If you have any questions, please email
What is your full name?
What institution currently employs you?
What is your job title?
In what year were you last on the job market at the junior level?
In what year did you get your Ph.D.?
2008 or prior
Where did you get your Ph.D.?
What subfields do you work in?
Please tell us what you would consider your primary AOS, as well as any secondary AOS's. This information is a key factor in matching mentors and candidates.
What is your email address?
Are you applying for jobs or serving on a search committee this year?
Barring unusual circumstances, we are very unlikely to appoint as mentors those who are themselves applying for jobs or serving on a search committee.
Do you have any special experiences or circumstances that would help us match you with a candidate?
(E.g. member of an under-represented group, two-body problem, subfield issues, etc.)
When you were on the market, what sort of jobs did you apply for?
TT jobs at research universities (those with emphasis on high publication productivity, including but not limited to Leiter-ranked ones)
TT jobs at other public universities
TT jobs at other private universities (including liberal arts colleges)
Postdocs / Visiting Assistant Professorships / Other non-TT academic jobs
If you have experience with the job market outside the US, with what regions are you familiar?
Some candidates will be coming from or applying to jobs outside the US.
UK and/or Ireland
Australia / New Zealand
Did you serve as a mentor in past years?
I served in 2016-2017
I served in 2015-2016
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