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With reopening plans in constant flux, academic parents fear for their careers
How should candidates prepare for a faculty-job market that looks to be even more contracted than usual?
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.
Two professors with five kids between them offer advice on how to move your tenure-track career forward while parenting.
In a precarious era for academics, it is possible to optimize your happiness on the job. Here’s how.
A former administrator offers a guide on how to get used to losing your authority and getting your schedule back.
The academic year is just under way and it’s already time to consider whether to go back on the faculty job market.
Here’s what institutions should be doing to make the transition to emeritus life easier.
Teaching is the main source of faculty burnout. So doesn’t it follow that our teaching — and our students’ learning — will suffer the more stressed and exhausted we become?
Humanities courses have plenty to offer every student: We simply need to get our best faculty members on the job.
How relentless administrative turnover makes it hard for me to do my job as a faculty member.
Why bother if an inside candidate is in line for the job?
And what the decision to leave the professoriate behind says about graduate education.