Solving the Two-Body Problem, Twice | GenomeWeb

Writing for the New York Times style section as part of its "Modern Love" series, Boston College professor Caroline Bicks describes her two-body problem that was resolved, but only to return. The author and her husband successfully found tenure-track positions in the same city after working apart for some time, she writes, though a few years later her husband was denied tenure, while she was awarded it.

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