Maria Shine Stewart offers her two cents to recent discussions about academic couture.
Neither playing ostrich nor building a moat will protect campuses from violence. Awareness of the possibilities may help us build safer, kinder places, Maria Shine Stewart writes.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes that some faculty members, post-tenure, need to consider whether they want to stay in academe.
Many associate professors need to be more selective about service duties if they are going to win another promotion, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Too many service responsibilities? Not enough research time to push for full professor? Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes that it's time to change your departmental image.
The daily writing routine that helped you win tenure may also be key to your post-tenure progress, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Feel like celebrating kindness? Come to the party and enjoy a piece of virtual cake as Maria Shine Stewart ponders the first fledgling year of this column.
Professors have different reactions to the process of getting tenure, and reflecting on the damage done and gains achieved will help you chart the path forward, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Inviting as a summer off from teaching looks, it can be an ideal time to redesign one's courses, writes Benjamin Rifkin, who lays out his strategy for doing so.
While it may go against the grain for faculty members who aren't digital natives, Paula Dagnon and Karen Hoelscher explain how to find out whether creating an electronic portfolio of your work is right for you.
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