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Universities should offer writing courses and other support aimed at teaching graduate students the sort of writing they'll need to succeed in their careers, Aisha Langford argues.

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October 11, 2010
Now that we’re almost halfway into the fall semester, it’s an ideal time to stop and evaluate your progress. I encourage you to do so this week by gently asking yourself several important questions: How is my semester going so far? How much writing have I completed? Have I developed a daily writing routine? How am I progressing towards my semester goals? and How do I feel about my answers to the previous questions? Let me be clear, this is NOT an invitation to beat yourself up!
October 8, 2010
Erin Wunker considers how much academics gain from close ties to senior scholars and to students.
October 8, 2010
It's OK (and for many women it may be necessary) to say that you have enough friends, without your students, writes Heather Zwicker.
October 6, 2010
Lynda F. Delph offers advice on a crucial test for job candidates.
October 4, 2010
The adjunct fired by Towson U. last week may have been clumsy and inexact in his language, but the university had no business firing him, writes Cary Nelson.

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