To succeed, these key academic administrators need to learn from LBJ, writes Dan L. King.
When a philosophy department receives more than 600 applications for a tenure-track opening, how does it make a decision? Lou Marinoff describes the process.
Sabine Hikel offers a guide to online networking for the post-academic.
Learning how to manage frustrations and avoiding burnout are key in grad school, writes Alexes Harris.
Rob Weir offers tips for leading discussion-based courses.
Peg Boyle Single wants to (briefly) discuss more issues raised by having too much material.
Eszter Hargittai considers where and when to take your work public.
Want to impress search committees? Don't leave mysteries, follow your discipline's conventions, and use flair for your writing, not your fonts, suggests Teresa Mangum.
Sometimes, everything goes wrong in a class discussion. Rob Weir has strategies to turn things around.
Academics need some rules and some discipline, writes C.K. Gunsalus.
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