Practice makes perfect? Not necessarily. Life on campus brings its share of mistakes, Maria Shine Stewart admits.
Brandy Schillace explains how she is transitioning from a tenure-track position to an alt-ac career.
Terri E. Givens reflects on a year in which issues of balance and stress received renewed attention -- amid growing worries about the future of academic careers.
Let's be honest with students about the wisdom of going to graduate school in fields like English, writes Kevin Brown -- but let's remember, too, that there are jobs at non-brand-name colleges.
Keep this important document current, easy to navigate and honest, writes Eszter Hargittai.
No campus is an island, none of us stands alone. Maria Shine Stewart offers various definitions of a word often used and rarely discussed.
Graduate students en route to Ph.D.s can simultaneously prepare themselves for well-paying non-faculty jobs in higher education, write Brenda Bethman and C. Shaun Longstreet.
Katherine Haley on how colleges can ensure that faculty members and trustees work together effectively on presidential search committees.
Academics ask all kinds of questions and make all kinds of judgments about parts of colleagues' or potential colleagues' lives that are irrelevant to their jobs, writes Nate Kreuter. He says it's time to stop.
English teaching jobs may be hard to come by in the U.S., but many can be found elsewhere -- and Anna Faktorovich offers advice on how to get them.
Inside Higher Ed
1015 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Copyright © 2013