How to be a discerning consumer in the growing marketplace of academic coaching and consulting.
The Work Force
Some professors are looking with growing skepticism at this peculiar arrangement between the faculty and institutions.
A career-diversity program overseas is worth replicating at American universities.
Three ways that professors and administrators, intentionally or not, put staff ‘in their place.’
How group coaching of doctoral students from across a campus can improve mentoring.
It’s time for bold changes, both to help our graduate students and to revitalize our struggling programs.
Women with children have lost, on average, about an hour of research time per day on top of what childless scholars have lost.
The temporary policy permits public universities to suspend or terminate employees without declaring financial exigency
A new book offers a prescription for how to ‘build a better graduate education.’
Unlike professors and administrators, staff members have few-to-no options for moving up.
Federal data show an unprecedented contraction in the higher-education work force as colleges continue to buckle under Covid-19 pressure.
Covid-19 Cuts Hit Contingent Faculty Hard. As the Pandemic Drags On, Some Question Their Future.
What job candidates need to know about seeking a teaching position at a two-year college.
With the tenure-track market stalled, a history Ph.D. was urged to pursue Plan B. Unfortunately, he says, the alt-ac career trajectory is broken too.
The best practices for increasing the racial and ethnic diversity of your faculty are neither mysterious nor terrifically expensive.