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Zoom conferences have advantages, but when Robert Franciosi attended a small regional meeting in person, he reveled in the engagement, and the pandemic-shrouded world momentarily receded.

Advice Columnists


January 27, 2022
Among numerous other lessons, Ali Carr-Chellman found that working on one, like learning to lead, requires attempting various approaches: trying, failing, trying again and seeing what works.
January 26, 2022
Christine Harrington explores how faculty can and should closely examine their experiences, beliefs and potential biases so they can understand how they impact student learning.
January 25, 2022
Teresa Valerio Parrot shares what she’s learned about how to address the unspoken effects of college leaders’ misconduct on the people left to pick up the pieces.
January 24, 2022
The start of the new year can be a good time for grad students to take steps toward managing their energy and navigating the stressors they’re confronting, writes Andrew Crain.
January 21, 2022
Using such evaluations reflects colleges’ lack of a true commitment to diversity, writes Joanna Wolfe, who offers three actions institutions should take sooner rather than later to change the situation.



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