A young black female academic notices that students call her colleagues Doctor or Professor, but she is addressed by her first name. Kerry Ann Rockquemore reviews her options.
Diversity and inclusion can be challenging ideals to discuss, let alone realize. Elizabeth Simmons shares strategies gleaned from conversations with trusted colleagues.
Post-Ferguson, how can young scholars balance their desire to join in activism with the demands of winning tenure? Kerry Ann Rockquemore considers the issues.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore answers the questions she most often receives from minority scholars launching their careers.
KC Williams and Shannon Gibney offer advice on navigating the often-hostile work environment for women of color in the academy.
Nyasha Junior changed how she welcomes students to her class this fall, to try to make it more inclusive – with unexpected results.
Karen M. Whitney and Jon Derek Croteau offer guideposts for interacting with candidates and finding the best talent for key academic positions.
While searching for a new job, a white academic is stunned by the way a department interviewing her treated and talked about a black female academic.
Colleges and universities can't leave it to chance -- they must deliberately change a culture that often encourages female researchers to become isolated in their jobs, write Santa Ono and Valerie Gray Hardcastle.
Eric V. Patridge considers the issues facing a gay scientist starting a career in academe.
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