What to include on the most high-profile page of your research-grant application.
Why a professor no longer grades students on how much they speak up in class.
How to be a discerning consumer in the growing marketplace of academic coaching and consulting.
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.
The obstacle to parity is a lack of institutional will.
A precious week off in March or April is just one more thing many faculty members have lost to Covid.
As instructors, many of us are covering less content this academic year. Maybe that’s a good thing for students.
“I know many people say never write when you can be distracted. It’s the opposite for me. Distraction is important.”
How can academe make best use of the faculty’s vast new capacity to teach with technology?
They struggled with online learning last fall, but not always in the ways you might expect.
Some professors are looking with growing skepticism at this peculiar arrangement between the faculty and institutions.
Three ways to bridge divisions as academe prepares for the post-pandemic era.
A career-diversity program overseas is worth replicating at American universities.