d_kishkinev (d_kishkinev) wrote,
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d_kishkinev

Знакомый постдок навел на прекрасное

Да, я слоупок. Это письмо профессора постдоку в свое время вызвало огромный shitstorm, и потом Эрик Карейрра, звезда CalTech, заявил, что он с постдоком так шутили, и что у них прекрасные отношения. Но в этом письме есть доля правды. Итак, транскрипт письма.



CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

July 27, 1996

Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA 91125

Guido,

I would like to provide for you in written form what is expected from you as a member of the research group. In addition to the usual work-day schedule, I expect all of the members of the group to work evenings and weekends. You will find that this is the norm here at Caltech. On occasion, I understand that personal matters will make demands on your time which will require you to be away from your responsibilities to the laboratory. However, it is not acceptable to me when it becomes a habit.

I have noticed that you have failed to come in to lab on several weekends, and more recently have failed to show up in the evenings. Moreover, in addition to such time off, you recently requested some vacation. I have no problem with vacation time that is well earned, but I do have a problem with continuous vacation and time off that interferes with the project. I find this very annoying and disruptive to your science.

I expect you to correct your work-ethic immediately.

I receive at least one post-doctoral application each day from the US and around the world. If you are unable to meet the expected work-schedule, I am sure that I can find someone else as an appropriate replacement for this important project.

Sincerely,

(Signed)

Erick M. Carreira

Tags: academic career, academy, postdoc life, science
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