Some people struggle with disappointment and disengagement when they move from one rank to another. Kerry Ann Rockquemore gives advice on how to avoid that.
Candidates for tenure should not count on their departments or colleagues to clearly lay out what's expected of them, Rena Seltzer writes.
Christopher Garland found unexpected challenges and rewards in his new faculty job, and he shares some lessons for others seeking that holy grail.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes about the importance of being specific about your needs.
Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich offer advice for those starting off their careers, or just another academic year.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice on pre-semester priorities for those who are new on the tenure track.
Job candidates have access to more information than ever about the search process, but departments and their faculties must not leave grad students to the vagaries of Internet advice, Marietta Morrissey argues.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore explains how to get the support you need and avoid the conversations you don't want during your tenure review year.
Michael S. Harris offers advice on how to handle a key part of the publishing process.