At a major university, the first woman of color to become chair tries to meet the dizzying demands and high expectations of a failing English department.
Written by Sophie and last updated on feb 06, 2023.
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Ji-Yoon visits Pembroke's new lecturer as Bill joins in on a Korean tradition. The tenured professors band together, and Yaz receives an enticing offer.
The episode was rated 7.42 from 203 votes.
As his hearing approaches, Bill's academic future comes into question. Ji-Yoon's revelation puts the board on the spot and shakes up the department.
The episode was rated 7.38 from 203 votes.
Bill hosts a town hall with the students that quickly takes a turn. Joan starts a fire. A dinner with the dean puts Ji-Yoon in an awkward position.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 220 votes.
With the department facing budget cuts and low enrollment, Ji-Yoon vows to make some changes as chair while one professor struggles to keep it together.
The episode was rated 7.17 from 270 votes.
Pressure mounts for Ji-Yoon to turn the department around after Bill's suspension. The hiring of a new professor undermines Yaz's chance at tenure.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 198 votes.
Tired of the lack of diversity in Pembroke’s staff, Ji-Yoon makes a bold decision during a faculty soiree. A video from Bill's lecture causes a stir.
The episode was rated 7.10 from 231 votes.
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