What matters when you pick a graduate program may not matter when evaluating job offers, writes Heather Dubrow.
Nate Kreuter considers how professors should respond to the "do more with less" mantra they hear time and again.
Cheryl E. Ball urges academics starting their careers not to be too quick to rule out certain parts of the United States as suitable places in which to work and live.
On the job market? Anticipating an offer? Elizabeth Simmons offers advice on what you need to know to make your upcoming negotiation a success.
Success rarely is built on merit alone, writes Nate Kreuter.
Martin H. Krieger wants to help you avoid an unhappy -- but possible -- fate.
Martin H. Krieger explains why deans trying to "sell" a tenure candidate to a president may be trusted as much as someone on a car lot.
D. Gilson appeals to the search committee.
Academics need to explain to others what they do when they don't have teaching duties, writes Eszter Hargittai.
Advice can be pithy. Kevin Brown offers guidance for new faculty members trying to make their way in higher education.
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