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The Tomorrow's Professor Mailing List is centered around preparing for academic careers in science and engineering. Its goal is to "foster a teaching and learning ecology" among its 25,000+ subscribers.

Listserv topics of interest include:

    * Tomorrow's Academy
    * Tomorrow's Graduate Students and Postdocs
    * Tomorrow's Academic Careers
    * Tomorrow's Teaching and Learning
    * Tomorrow's Research

A searchable database of the posts is available as well as links to related information and a Tomorrow's Professor Blog.
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