Sabine Hikel, in the debut of a new column, shares some truths about the decision to work outside of higher education.
Claire Potter offers advice for those going on the market for the first time, those who never left, and those who are returning.
Terri E. Givens considers why she took a vice provost's position -- and why she's going back to the faculty, at least for now.
You don't have someone to advise you? Mary Jane Hurst offers five strategies.
Eszter Hargittai introduces her new column on how to prepare for a tenure bid -- from the first year of a graduate program through the years as assistant professor.
New assistant professors, plotting their paths to tenure, need to remember that the road is rarely smooth, writes Terri E. Givens.
Terri Givens considers the lessons learned and confidence gained from those who encouraged her -- and her obligation to do the same for others.
Rob Weir offers suggestions on how not to flame out like fall leaves as your stress and work levels go up -- and how to reach your students when they experience mid-semester overload.
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.
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