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Many academics who don't have tenure can tend to be "cowards," says NeuroDojo's Zen Faulkes. These academics keep their heads down and do their work until they do get the job security that tenure affords. But once you do get tenure, Faulkes asks, "do you make waves? ... Have you used your tenure lately? Have you taken an unpopular position?

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