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Terri E. Givens, now a provost, considers the twists and turns of her career, wondering how much her outward success reflects her unseen struggles as a black woman in academe.

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April 10, 2017
Attending to the impression you make in graduate school is a great investment in your long-term career, argues Briana Mohan.
April 7, 2017
When we as professors have the courage to address sexual assault openly, we create trust and show students how to take a different stance toward violence, writes Shawn Patrick.
April 7, 2017
Marina N. Rosenthal describes three actions she takes when she is feeling bewildered, despondent or incapacitated by a student’s disclosure of sexual violence.
April 6, 2017
Few people in higher education use coaches, but such professionals offer neutrality, perspective, discretion and feedback that colleagues, friends and family often can’t provide.
April 5, 2017
Michael A. Helfand, an Orthodox Jew, describes how his experience at a Christian university has given him a window into how faith-based institutions successfully promote religious diversity.

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