More than ever, campus leaders are struggling with a long list of crises facing higher education.
The disparity in how institutions have treated staff versus faculty members during the pandemic reflects a long-term inequity in employee benefits.
Most boards aren’t structurally or culturally equipped to deal with a crisis.
So you have won the go-ahead to hire. You can still fail to recruit someone if the job ad is vague or overambitious.
How to find places where you can make a difference once you leave the leadership track.
Unlike professors and administrators, staff members have few-to-no options for moving up.
Even getting the money to fill an existing faculty position is no small feat in these grim budget days.
How can college leaders support faculty members during this difficult time?
How to navigate a difficult decision.
Incurring a certain amount of opposition is simply an unpleasant but unavoidable part of administrative life
Federal data show an unprecedented contraction in the higher-education work force as colleges continue to buckle under Covid-19 pressure.
Twelve ways that white faculty members can better support Black academics in their department and across the campus.
It’s demeaning to find out about the status of your faculty application from an academic-jobs wiki. When and why did departments normalize this?
The old ways of running administrative searches haven’t exactly produced the diverse pool of leaders that higher education claims to want.
It’s time higher education started paying attention to the health and well-being of the staff members whose work has pulled campuses through the Covid-19 crisis.