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How chairs can sustain positive changes to teaching and learning (opinion)

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Suzanna Klaf and Amanda L. Irvin describe five ways chairs can, and should, help sustain positive changes to teaching and learning that have resulted from the pandemic.

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The growing challenges confronting department chairs (opinion)

Their work is often overwhelming and underappreciated—and increasingly complicated by COVID, racial issues, severe financial exigencies and other challenges, writes Ralph A. Gigliotti.

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How to improve campus job visits and onboarding processes (opinion)

Alan Martino reflects on his and others’ experiences navigating campus job visits and onboarding processes for new hires -- and provides some suggestions for improvement.

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Improving campus visits for job applicants with disabilities (opinion)

Campus visits for job candidates can often create obstacles that especially impact applicants with disabilities, write Nazely Kurkjian and Ann R. Hawkins.

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Netflix's 'The Chair' depicts a position in academe that's more demanding than ever (opinion)

The new Netflix series portrays a chair of a department at a moment when the position has never been more demanding and the humanities are at an inflection point, writes Amanda Bailey.

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How research leaders can encourage a culture of excellence and positive group dynamics (opinion)

The principal investigator and other leaders play a key role in encouraging group dynamics that make people feel respected and included -- or not, Elizabeth A. Luckman, C. K. Gunsalus, Nicholas C. Burbules and Robert A. Easter write.

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Faculty call on community college president to resign

The faculty union at County College of Morris has called on the institution's president to resign after a series of faculty layoffs and continued tensions under his leadership.

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Deans and directors should hire people who have a natural impulse to question tradition (opinion)

Michael Stepniak and Brian Pertl urge deans and directors to take a risk during these tumultuous times and hire faculty and staff members who have a natural impulse to nudge against tradition.

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Study documents how pandemic has exacerbated challenges beleaguering department chairs (opinion)

Ralph A. Gigliotti shares the results of a new study that reveals that the disruptions of the recent months have significantly exacerbated the challenges beleaguering department chairs.

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Insights a new department chair has gained during the pandemic (opinion)

Cathy Marie Ouellette offers the insights she has gained as a new department chair during the pandemic.

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