When you lack tenure, and you think a colleague with tenure is making an unethical request, how do you protect your ethics and your job? C.K. Gunsalus considers a reader's dilemma.
Graduate students and new faculty members will be helped in their careers by learning how their institutions work and how they can help shape policy, writes Terri Givens.
Getting organized for MLA, AHA, AEA or various other academic meetings? Eszter Hargittai has some ideas about managing the travel time efficiently.
You should pay attention to what your students say, writes Rob Weir. But you shouldn't take the official reports too seriously.
Budget cuts undercut the sense of community at many colleges. What's a department chair to do? C.K. Gunsalus considers the options.
Katie Hogan offers six tips for academic women.
Self-confidence matters when seeking funds, and lack of confidence dooms the prose in many proposals, writes Mary W. Walters.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore suggests a three-step approach to managing your time.
Terri E. Givens considers what to tell a would-be graduate student about the job market and life as an academic.
Mary W. Walters considers two key ways to improve your odds of winning the favor of grant review committees.
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