Higher Education Career Advice

Career Advice

Serving your institution can, in fact, yield professionally enriching experiences and even bolster the teaching and research components of your tenure case, argues Adam Irish.

Advice Columnists


August 2, 2021
While requests for video job applications are now in the minority, it’s not hard to imagine that a generational shift toward them will increasingly occur, writes Joseph Barber.
July 30, 2021
Simply hiring a chief diversity officer will never lead to success if we don’t take three key steps to infuse diversity, equity and inclusion efforts into the fabric of our institutions, argues Kendall D. Isaac.
July 29, 2021
Language about “returning to normal” or “returning to pre-COVID conditions” ignores the reality that, for many of us, such returns are simply not possible, write Brandy L. Simula and Kate Willink.
July 28, 2021
With the Delta variant circulating and my Florida campus returning to pre-pandemic operations, I’m concerned about the challenges yet to come and remaining resilient, says Christine I. Kugelmann.
July 27, 2021
While academe helped create the theoretical groundswell that mainstreamed inequity as a problem, it must now ready the next crop of Ph.D.s to lead the social-change charge, Yulia Chuvileva and Sarah Lyon argue.



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