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How to create a strong reappointment, tenure or promotion file

Don Haviland, Anna M. Ortiz and Laura Henriques advise how to create a strong reappointment, tenure or promotion file.

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Ongoing planning for life after tenure (essay)

Finding Your Posttenure Pathway

To effectively direct your career once you are tenured, you should always determine your next move, eliminate distractions and enroll other people in your vision, advises Kerry Ann Rockquemore.

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The importance of showing empathy to students in the classroom (essay)

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To be successful, faculty members must go beyond teaching the material, writes Matthew J. Wright. We must care deeply about students and show it.

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How to rejuvenate yourself when your academic job no longer motivates you (essay)

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When your work isn’t making you happy, take charge of your career happiness and figure out what will bring you joy, advises Natalie Lundsteen.

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The importance of moving toward a pedagogy of emotions (essay)

We should move toward a pedagogy of sadness, anger and love, writes Jenny Heineman.

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Guidance on the process of gaining tenure (essay)

Don Haviland, Anna M. Ortiz and Laura Henriques give advice on how to understand your institution’s timeline, criteria and unwritten expectations.

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Building a network of mentors after you receive tenure (essay)

Just because you’ve gained tenure doesn’t mean you don’t need mentoring, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore, who gives advice on how to find a whole new supportive group of people.

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How to boost creativity in academe (essay)

Academe’s standardized processes can strip our work of personal meaning, writes Janelle Ward, who recommends how to approach teaching and research in new ways.

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The introduction of a new career exploration and planning tool for Ph.D.s (essay)

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Teresa Dillinger, Annie Maxfield and Sarah Peterson introduce ImaginePhD, a career-exploration and planning tool for doctoral students.

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Research on sexual and intimate partner violence should go beyond studying only cisgender, heterosexual men (essay)

The fact that sexual and intimate partner violence is found in lesbian and gay relationships proves that there is more to the phenomenon than cisgender, heterosexual men victimizing cisgender, heterosexual women, argues Sarah A. Stephens.

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