Many professors routinely disregard the schedules to which they have committed, writes Nate Kreuter. It's time for them to hold themselves accountable.
Grad students and new faculty members need to set clear expectations in the courses they teach, writes Nate Kreuter.
The life of the mind requires a healthy body, writes Nate Kreuter, and there are ways even for frugal graduate students to get medical care.
Just because you need to work during the summer doesn't mean you also don't need down time, writes Nate Kreuter.
Balancing responsibilities is the most difficult part of an academic career, writes Nate Kreuter. And that's true even in summer, when some duties may not be present (and you may not be getting paid).
Nate Kreuter writes about the frustration of receiving unsolicited review copies -- and the impact of marketing efforts on the curriculum.
Young academics need to learn when to share information and when not to, writes Nate Kreuter.
It's time for programs to be honest about what their doctoral students need to support life's basic necessities, writes Nate Kreuter.
Spring is an unusual time of year in academic careers, writes Nate Kreuter. While nature is blooming, projects and degrees are being wrapped up.
New faculty members have to pick their battles with care, writes Nate Kreuter.
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