Kirstie Ramsey discusses some of the questions to consider when you are on the tenure track and may want a(nother) child.
To earn the ultimate academic job security, think about your profession's standards, and don't think too big, writes Steve Saideman.
If you are a new faculty member and don't feel like you belong, act like you do, writes Nate Kreuter.
Bill Wolff explains why he put all of his documents online for all to see, and why other faculty members should too.
In the last of a four-part series, Karen Hoelscher and Paula Dagnon offer advice to faculty members on how to stage the creation of a digital portfolio.
The best mentoring colleges could provide junior faculty members would be to offer clear guidelines for tenure and promotion, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Professors send a message with their attire, writes Nate Kreuter.
R. Mark Leckie and Kristen St. John review the elements of the personal statement key to your promotion bid.
It's time to set goals that are ambitious and realistic, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Tempted as new faculty members may be to focus on research and teaching, they should remember that academic careers are about relationships, John Frazee writes.
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