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When crises occur, all higher education leaders are called upon to shift their leadership style, yet the response to these changes may differ along gender lines, argues Rachel Schreiber.

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June 13, 2022
How do we optimize the learning environment in academic research labs, Patrick Brandt asks, and what must we do when the environment is toxic to trainees?
June 10, 2022
Andrea Y. Simpson reflects on how the phrase, as interpreted at so many institutions, can undermine the goals of diversity and inclusivity, as well as limit the scope of first-rate scholarship.
June 9, 2022
When you rarely, if ever, see your students in person, Mai P. Trinh asks, how do you develop supportive relationships and help them successfully finish their degrees and advance their careers?
June 8, 2022
Colleges must consider the steps they should take to prepare for a new type of learning, including teaching students how to cultivate virtual identities, write JT Torres and Marissa C. McKinley.
June 7, 2022
Terry O’Banion offers 10 guidelines for successfully transforming your work into an academic article (or two) that reaches more readers.

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