A professor reflects on what she’s learned from the tumult of the spring semester and what she plans to do differently in the fall.
Five steps a department took to adapt its usual search process amid Covid-19 and hire a new faculty member remotely.
Why academics must resist the urge to use the pandemic to judge the value of online teaching.
Scholarly reading and writing require long hours of solitary work. So how do you get any of it done in the Covid-19 crisis, when you’re surrounded by kids 24/7?
It’s time — right now — for better communication from administrators about the pandemic fallout on campuses at this very moment, for the summer, and in preparation for the fall.
Job candidates with the misfortune to be searching for tenure-track positions this year or next will need as many career options as they can get.
Editors and leaders of scholarly presses talk about the impact of Covid-19 on publishing in the months ahead.
Many faculty members are already exhausted by “live” teaching online. It’s time to embrace asynchronous instruction.
Amid the uncertainties created by the global pandemic, what our doctoral students may need more than usual is structure.
Thanks to Covid-19, a lot of us are leading virtual class discussions for the first time, and finding it’s all too easy to lose some students in the process.
Plenty of untenured faculty members are worried about how their teaching during the Covid-19 crisis will be judged and ranked in the months and years to come.
Although we are in the midst of the pandemic, we can’t delay looking ahead.
For HR administrators and staff, the new coronavirus has meant long, crazed hours — but the real work is just beginning.
Two simple exercises — assigned before and after classes were disrupted by Covid-19 — have helped a professor keep his passion for teaching alive.
In the early weeks of a global catastrophe like Covid-19, it’s best to accept that the world has changed and reimagine yourself and your work within it.