Higher Education Career Advice

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While the chances of a high-school dropout becoming a professor remain low, Gretchen Soderlund shares lesson from a few, including herself, who made the grade.

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March 29, 2021
You may not see it, but a whole world of people evaluate your job application, writes Derek Attig, who describes all that happens after you push Submit.
March 26, 2021
It can be a rocky road, especially if you are a professor with a disability that is stigmatized, writes Ashley Shew, but it also invites opportunities for learning and community building.
March 25, 2021
Kevin Dettmar reflects on one of the key messages of COVID for him over the past year -- autonomy is different than isolation.
March 24, 2021
Antiracist pedagogy recognizes students as deeply complex individuals and disrupts the marginalization of those of color and others left behind, writes Amaarah DeCuir.
March 23, 2021
Dissertation writing leads Ph.D.s to the core competencies of entrepreneurship, and once you spot them, you can position yourself for success in any professional context, writes Erica Machulak.

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