In a campus visit, you are assessed on your adherence to social scripts expected of you in that setting.
Tips for the advice-givers on how to be helpful when your protégé leaves academe to pursue a nonfaculty career.
Instead of being a deal breaker, a mistake on a cover letter should be a chance to build trust on an executive search committee.
Is it OK to renege on a job offer once you’ve accepted it? That all depends on the nature of the position.
You can’t speed up the academic hiring process, but you can take steps to maintain your sanity as it plays out.
While campaigning for your next job, don’t lose the one you’ve got.
Is it ethical to participate in a search that has concealed preferences for the hire?
Be on the lookout for the big-picture agenda when search committees ask you a seemingly narrow question
The person you present during your two-day visit is the person the search committee will assume you to be.
One year you’re a candidate, and the next you’re on a hiring committee. How to manage the abrupt transition.
In Part 1 of a new series, "Ice Skating in Hell," a Ph.D. wonders: "Am I out of my ever-loving mind?"