Even if the expressions of gratitude seem well-intentioned, professors need to turn them down, writes Lionel G. Standing.
Even if you are an academic and aspire to never leave the faculty ranks, you need to learn how to manage programs and projects, writes Nate Kreuter.
H. William Rice considers why some good candidates don't connect with those interviewing them, and how to improve your chances of impressing the search committee.
Steven J. Corbett and Teagan E. Decker consider the job search process.
Steven J. Corbett and Teagan E. Decker reflect on challenges to confidence (and overcoming them) in graduate school.
Exhausted so early in the term? Yes, it can happen. Consider recharging with some positivity, advises Maria Shine Stewart.
Gerry Canavan explains why networking matters, why "elite" status can hurt you, and some of the contradictions of trying to land a good position.
Graduate students can't afford to get taken advantage of, writes Nate Kreuter.
In the second installment of his essay on the role of teaching in student success, Mike Rose explores how colleges can train faculty to better teach nontraditional students.
Kinder campuses may be altruistic, but save a little of that kindness for yourself, writes Maria Shine Stewart. There are times you need to be your own best colleague.
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