The Disappearing Department Chair: Why Administrators Should Be Inaccessible (Sometimes)

A version of this article first appeared on Robert Talbert’s blog.


Getting into my rental car in Detroit last week, I decided to check my email before hitting the road to head home. It was Friday before the first day of classes, and as the newly-installed chair of the Mathematics Department, I'd taken a bit of a risk in spending the day away from the department, because the Friday before classes start is the witching hour: the time when major catastrophes-in-progress tend to come over the horizon.

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