Advice for Faculty: Learning When to Say No

  1. Meet with a student in my class to help them with their course project.
  2. Meet with a student in my class to help them with the startup they’re working on in their spare time with a friend.
  3. Be interviewed by a student from another university for their class project.
  4. Be interviewed about my research by a colleague at another university who will anonymize me in the final account.
  5. Be interviewed about something in my personal life (parenting teen boys?). I will be anonymized in the final account.
  6. Talk on Reddit with an anonymous student at my university who is stressed out, and offer support and advice.
  7. Review a journal article or conference paper for a venue I have submitted to in the past.
  8. Review a journal article of conference paper for a venue I have never submitted to and don’t plan on ever submitting to.
  9. Meet with a faculty junior colleague at my university who wants advice.
  10. Sponsor a student volunteer from another university for a research internship.

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I do research on social media, including online collaboration, social movements, and online moderation and harassment.

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I do research on social media, including online collaboration, social movements, and online moderation and harassment.

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