Academics all stand to gain if they become better skilled at talking about their work with non-academics, writes Katrina Gulliver.
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities:
You may not need to share the faith of the institution, but you need to understand it to figure out if you might be a good fit, writes Melanie Springer Mock.
Author discusses analysis that may frustrate some on the left and on the right in his new book Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives Care?
AAUP raises doubts about whether crisis university faced in 2011-12 was severe enough to warrant a declaration of financial exigency.
Four years after faculty at Montana State voted for collective bargaining, they are voting on whether to end it.
Faculty union president says charges were brought not because the student objected to the "Jesus" exercise, but because student threatened the instructor. The student's lawyer sees pretext.
Three major disciplinary associations, citing research, file briefs with U.S. Supreme Court opposing measures that bar gay marriage. Individual scholars weigh in on each side of the debate.
Placing your work in the appropriate scholarly context is key not only to publishing, but to your career advancement, writes Eszter Hargittai.
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