descriptionTeaching statement for the 2012-2013 academic job market
last changeSun, 30 Dec 2012 18:46:17 +0000 (13:46 -0500)

This page contains the LaTeX source for the teaching statement I used when I was on the 2012-2013 academic job market. You can find other job market documents I used along with links to source on on my academic materials page. This documents builds on my general LaTeX templates and scripts. That repository includes some instructions how to install necessary fonts and dependencies.

I've put this material online because others have asked if they can use my formatting and templates. You should feel welcome to fork this repository and use it for your own job market applications — or for whatever else you like.

If you do so, I would appreciate credit whenever you post material on your website and I'd love it if you shared any changes or improvements back with me and the world. In this spirit, I want to thank Michael Bernstein for typographical inspiration for the template.

For details on how to check out this repository, please read the general git instruction on this page.

Benjamin Mako Hill
2012-12-30 Benjamin Mako... rename file to match the published pdf master
2012-09-28 Benjamin Mako... final read through before posting on website
2012-09-11 Benjamin Mako... updated teaching statement
2012-09-09 Benjamin Mako... fix a few tiny typos
2012-09-06 Benjamin Mako... updated statement after a paper read through
2012-09-03 Benjamin Mako... revised teaching statement (finished a draft)
2012-09-03 Benjamin Mako... added teaching statement into git
2 years ago master