Can a new gen-ed curriculum in the liberal arts boost undergraduate and graduate education at the same time?
A lack of health insurance leads many graduate students to delay treatment for chronic health problems, sometimes for years.
How an English department looked to data to rework its graduate-program curriculum, and it paid off for the students.
How to involve students in your scholarly projects in three ways that are substantive for both them and you.
Just as you near or cross the doctoral finish line, it hits: the "Who am I? What now?" conundrum.
This year's meeting of the nation's largest humanities organization focused on the academic workplace more than ever before -- and that spotlight promises to widen.
In the literary humanities, a sea change is underway in the job-search process and the discipline itself.
Every undergraduate should start and finish their education with a course tackling the "big questions of life."
The hiring situation for English majors is not so bad, but "not so bad" is not good enough.
An institution eliminates its English major, but more has been lost than a degree program.
English professors have had to do a lot of hard thinking about why students should take our courses — something we once took for granted.