At teaching-oriented colleges, a search committee will be focused on how candidates match institutional values, not just their C.V.s, writes Melanie Springer Mock.
If you are hired as an administrator with the marching orders to shake things up, there may be a limit on how long you can be effective, writes Ella DeJon.
Even if you aren't asking the questions, you can guide the conversation, writes Katherine Ellison.
It's time to set your research aside and to think about the undergraduate classroom, writes John Fea.
John Fea offers advice for those seeking positions at different kinds of religious institutions.
Katherine Ellison and Cheryl Ball share questions you can expect to hear at an MLA interview.
You can learn a lot about paths for different kinds of academic careers, writes Eszter Hargittai.
Cheryl Ball and Katherine Ellison walk you through what to expect in the hotel room meeting with a search committee.
When your work is under review (but not published or maybe even accepted), can you include it on a C.V.? To do so, you must be honest and consistent, writes Nate Kreuter.
Lori A. Flores writes that both activities are bound to produce some heartbreak along the way.