Ivy League BA, Ivy League MA (Sociology), Ivy League MA (Political Science), Big State School PhD (Political Science)

Past Employment

Adjunct Professor, Intelligence Analyst, Private Sector Risk Analysis, Certified First Responder. Coder (Python; JS; C#; C+ and more)


Updated August 2023

I do not use AI. I have done some academic research on AI in the realm of arms racing and am familiar with it. I can tell you that, if you do use it, there is a chance you might get away with it. That said, there's a chance you won't. It has a very scripted writing style that is almost impossible to train to sound natural. While AI detection software doesn't work, my colleagues are increasingly bringing students whom they suspect of using AI in for "oral exams" about their papers. If the students fail these, they are generally busted for academic misconduct. Beware. 

N.B. A lot of the accounts with larger numbers of completed projects that have only been around for a year or two make use of multiple writers. There is no guarantee that you will get the writer you think you are hiring. I have been working for Unemployed Professors for over 11 years, and complete all projects on my own. I may or may not leave a note with my bid. If I do, it is because I have a very specific idea about the direction I want to take your project. If I don't, it is because I am interested in it but am open to any approach. The one thing I will definitely never do is send you messages either harassing your or soliciting you to choose my bid. It is generally the worst professors on the site who send these messages out because of the fact that many of them are outsourcing the work they are bidding on. Beware. 

PhD in Political Science - Big State School Where People Really Love Football
MA in Political Science - Ivy League School with a decent football team
MA Sociology - Ivy League School with a terrible football team
BA (Honors) Political & Sociology - Ivy League with the worst football team

I write stuff all across the humanities and social sciences (I can make it witty if you'd like) with some additional specializations that I have developed over time. I also love science. While I can't handle specialized engineering coursework, I adore math, geology, oceanography, and a few other "hard" sciences I might be forgetting.

I love writing long term papers and essays but also consider myself to be the king of the discussion/reaction paper. There's nothing like applying basic critical thinking to something unfamiliar with - I find it truly fun.

I am the original Unemployed Professor, and the first professor hired for this site. Unlike most of the other professors on this site, I only bid on projects that are BOTH in my areas of expertise, and of interest to me. Most other professors bid on almost every single project that is posted. When I bid on your project, you can thus be sure that I am not only qualified to complete it but also excited to do so.

I also really enjoy working with students for entire courses. If you book multiple projects with me throughout the semester, I will lock you in at the site's minimum price for the entire semester even though rates typically go up during the busiest parts of the year (Mid-October to early December and March to mid-May). That way you won't get gouged by an unscrupulous professors when you can afford it the least!

I also respond to every single message I receive. If you send it between 12PM PST-00:00 PST , I will typically respond to you within the hour.

Core Specializations:
-Political Science
-International Relations
-Admissions Essays

All quoted projects are Times New Roman 12pt font, double-spaced, with Word standard margins, unless otherwise noted/requested. If you don't provide a preferred citation style, I will use APA by default. Feel free to make me aware of any needs that differ from these guidelines, and I will make an exception whenever it is possible. 

I am very comfortable integrating scripture into papers for those attending religious schools like Liberty! 

Over 12 years working for this site, I have come to recognize that the only times (almost) in which sub-optimal papers are produced is when a student fails to produce all of the information relevant to a project. I always make sure to ask for "any additional instructions or preferences" before starting a project but would ask you to also double-check to make sure you've sent me all of the instructions prior to us getting started. That will guarantee a great experience for you! 


Date Comment Rating
12/03/2023 AMAZING work as always. Thank you, Professor!
12/01/2023 Phenomenal work as always. Been using him for a year or two now and his work has been phenomenal again and again.
11/30/2023 Done in a timely manner, good stuff
11/26/2023 Outstanding! Quick, reliable, friendly and produces exceptional work within a short time frame! 
11/20/2023 Thank you
11/15/2023 Great to work with! Produces high quality masters level work product. Will definitely be returning!
11/14/2023 Quick turn around, great communication, awesome work. 
11/12/2023 Absolutely amazing. This professor is my favorite.
11/04/2023 Thank you
10/22/2023 I asked for 3 citations and 900 words in less than week. This professor did an amazing job. 10/10. I am definitely bidding him again. 
10/08/2023 Always the best. Prof Rouge continues to teach me more than I could have ever learned. 
10/03/2023 Great
08/29/2023 Top work
08/29/2023 Thank you
08/20/2023 really good
07/27/2023 Thank you
07/25/2023 Literally finished two A quality assignments in a matter of hours. Wont get tired of typing "this is the only professor I use and trust" because its true. 
07/18/2023 I wish prof Rogue was my actual professor. Continuing to learn more from this individual. Dont look anywhere else. 
07/18/2023 I failed the year because of this guys essay writing. It was vague and so obvious that the whole essay was from wikipedia. I am doing first year becasue of him. DO NOT reccomand. 

As with a similar review below, this client failed to provide me with the full instructions for their project. They came back and posted the project on the site about a month-and-a-half later and I told myself that looked familiar. I went back to look at my history, and realized I had completed the project so I wondered what was up. I looked through the new version of the project, and it had two additional documents, contemporaneous to the original instructions, that the student had failed to include the first time. The student's professor's comments all alluded to information found in these two extra documents. I am more than happy to write you a great piece of work but I really need all of the information associated with a project if I'm to meet your professor's expectations.
06/10/2023 Great
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