How will the successes and failures of your online pivot change the way you teach?
The disparity in how institutions have treated staff versus faculty members during the pandemic reflects a long-term inequity in employee benefits.
Support and sustain your students’ attention, and you contribute not only to their learning but to their well-being, too.
What can you do this semester to protect your well-being and support your students?
In a barren tenure-track market, we must consider what, exactly, we are preparing doctoral students to do.
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 meet your writing goals — really — in 2021.
How to find places where you can make a difference once you leave the leadership track.
Even well into your career, you may still be figuring out a productive writing practice.
Public flagship universities are bracing for a grim 2021.
A new book offers a prescription for how to ‘build a better graduate education.’
This can still be a wonderful time of year — if you resist the urge to bury yourself in the distractions of work.
Desperate times call for big changes. Here’s what professors and administrators should do to fix a broken graduate system.
Even getting the money to fill an existing faculty position is no small feat in these grim budget days.
Search committees routinely ask candidates to submit a statement on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Here’s what not to write.