A professor is trying to do his best for his students in the Covid-19 crisis, even though remote teaching feels like the end of a way of life.
Three things you shouldn’t say to a community-college hiring committee and four other remarks best avoided at any type of campus interview.
Sure, a first-year writing course can spur creativity or activism, but those are byproducts, not its main purpose.
Hint for candidates: Why should we seriously consider you when you haven’t seriously considered us?
Your first year on the job, as a new, full-time faculty member at a two-year college, is often your most difficult.