Being a minority of any kind in academe can be difficult, writes Manya Whitaker. But you can be much happier if you don't force relationships with people whom you are not naturally inclined to befriend.
Recruiting underrepresented faculty without fixing retention problems creates a revolving door, not long-term change, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Eric Anthony Grollman discusses the exploitation of scholars of color in academe.
Frantic? Stressed? Overwhelmed? Rena Seltzer recommends five ways that women in academe can avoid being pulled in too many directions.
It's time to switch metaphors and focus on multiple work-life balance issues, write Jennifer Lundquist and Joya Misra.
Midcareer minority faculty members face particular challenges, write Joya Misra and Jennifer Lundquist.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers questions for pretenure academics to consider before getting active on controversial topics on social media.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice for faculty members feeling exhausted by racial battle fatigue.
Lisa Hager offers advice on how to create an inclusive environment for departmental colleagues and conference attendees.
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.
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