What to expect if you’re fortunate enough to get a faculty job offer this spring.
A close examination of the vita improves the prospects of fairness and success in faculty searches.
In a tough year, a professor writes, not having yet another new set of green administrators has made a big difference.
In stepping down, F. King Alexander joins a list of college presidents whose reputations were marred by the nexus of sexual misconduct and big-time college sports.
Recent alcohol-related deaths of fraternity members are a warning sign of more such trouble ahead, post-Covid.
Three ways to bridge divisions as academe prepares for the post-pandemic era.
Graduate teaching and research assistants at Columbia University may be headed toward a labor strike if the parties don't reach an agreement by Monday.
Three ways that professors and administrators, intentionally or not, put staff ‘in their place.’
How videoconferencing is causing too many leadership searches to suffer from a severe case of ‘prolix syndrome.’
A new program will guarantee one semester of adviser-independent funding so students will have time to find a new adviser or lab and not miss a paycheck.
Prognosticators predicted mass shutterings. That hasn’t happened, but other enormous changes are underway.
Traditional search practices are inadequate to the modern age and one of the culprits behind a lack of faculty diversity.
Those of us in academic leadership are not talking enough about mental health and wellness.
Five things that search committees can do to move more women and people of color forward in the executive-hiring process.
Moving up the ladder means dealing with endless bureaucracy. For many, it’s not worth it.