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How to use your website and LinkedIn to further your career (opinion)

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Pallavi Eswara provides advice on how to make sure it accurately reflects what you do professionally and lets you control what others see about you.

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The importance of being a scholar-activist (opinion)

While traditional or mainstream scholars refuse to fully recognize our research-action efforts, writes Alvaro Huerta, activists criticize us for operating in the so-called ivory tower.

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Three ways to get past roadblocks in your career search (opinion)

Jennifer Polk and L. Maren Wood answer reader questions about how to avoid or get around some key roadblocks.

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The importance of fostering goodwill on campuses (opinion)

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Can fostering goodwill on campuses make a difference? Maria Shine Stewart reflects on the topic.

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Tips for a top-notch teaching demo (opinion)

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Josh DeSantis and Nicole Hesson give tips to job seekers for preparing a top-notch teaching demo.

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Advice for how to become a diversity, equity and inclusion leader (opinion)

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Deborah S. Willis gives advice for how to become a diversity, equity and inclusion leader.

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The costs of narrowing one's focus as an activist in order to build an academic résumé (opinion)

Jamie J. Hagen ponders the costs that come with narrowing one's focus as an activist in order to build an academic résumé.

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How an administrator can build a culture of excellence in their academic unit (opinion)

How can academic leaders foster a culture of excellence in their departments and other units? Robert A. Easter, C. K. Gunsalus, Sebastian Wraight, Nicholas C. Burbules and Jeremy D. Meuser suggest some specific actions to take.

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How to mentor colleagues whose future roles may differ significantly from yours (opinion)

If we are to help develop the leaders we need for the future, advises Judith S. White, we must mentor them for jobs that are changing. 

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Why professors need to learn from their students (opinion)

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What if we looked at not how much students learned from us, Paul F. Diehl asks, but how much we as instructors learned from students?

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