I have attempted to google things like "university staff accommodation maine/*names of universities in maine* "Professor living arrangements" etc. but I seem to not to find anything helpful (or if I do, i am not seeing it...)
Modern day, Maine/New England, could be a few years in the future from now but no0t earlier.
I have a character who is a professor of computer sicence in a small Maine university, one of those small but relly damn good and pretentious ones. Hwe has been there for ten years, seven of those lived with his wife who is also favculty, and after the divorce 3 years ago moved out of the house they shared - to where? Where would a single male professor in his early forties, originally from the UK, likely to live in such as etting? Money is not an issue for him, convinience to the Uni and therefore to the work in which he likes to drown himself is. What kind of a living situation would be likely/plausible for him? Any suggestions on how to research this would be appreciated. Suggestions generally appliable to New England and small private universities would also be great - because I am not dead set on Maine yet.
1. Is she probably going to die? If there's any way, I'd like to avoid this outcome. The time is present day, in America, and there is someone with her who would have a cellphone and an above-average knowledge of what to do in emergency situations. What should he do, besides the obvious calling of the ambulance? (The ambulance can be there as fast as it needs to be for her to survive...suspension of disbelief for something like that is not going to be an issue in this story)
2. What would the recovery time for a wound like this be? Like I said above, it was not exactly a sanitary weapon. What kinds of infection would be likely to occur, if she was taken immediately to a hospital? Any lasting effects to her body, besides a scar? What limitations are doctors likely to place on her as she's recovering? How early would she be allowed to leave the hospital? Would she have to meet with a doctor periodically to check on it?
Thank you so much in advance, you guys have never failed me before!
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