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If you are only being paid for nine months of work, and you need summers for research, you need to set some limits, writes Nate Kreuter.

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November 2, 2009
Peg Boyle Single explains why you need to write regularly, write in the morning and get over the quest for the perfect word.
October 30, 2009
The late Morehouse president provides an example of how to lead a college, with an emphasis on values and on students, writes Walter M. Kimbrough.
October 28, 2009
Teresa Mangum discusses how to uncover your inner teaching philosophy, and how to share it with hiring committees.
October 26, 2009
Tom Gething suggests a way to keep focus on career accomplishments and goals.
October 23, 2009
As many of you recall, one of the first professional tasks you undertook was to write a scholarly review of a book, article, exhibition, symposium, performance, research breakthrough, or new discovery. What we academics now do as a matter of course is use a skill we ought to teach our undergraduate and graduate students: critical engagement with secondary sources. In many respects, teaching students to think critically about work that has already been done is one of the more pragmatic things we can impart.

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