Junior faculty members can't be afraid of drawing attention to their work, write Rachel Connelly and Kristen Ghodsee.
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities:
--Craig Choma, theater--Jeremy Day-O'Connell, music--Sarah Day-O'Connell, music--Esther Penick, biology--Carol Scotton, economics and business and management--Mark Shroyer, physics
University of North Texas
C.K. Gunsalus considers the options when you work in a great department, except for one person who has administrative clout and drives you crazy.
Russell Olwell considers the process and benefits of applying to become a full professor.
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.
Think you can reform your institution before earning tenure? Think again, suggests Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
You can't wait for senior colleagues to reach out. You need to reach out to them, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
The frenzied middle of the semester is a time when feedback is essential, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
To advance your career, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore, you need your mental and physical health.
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