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Do Academic Sabbaticals Offer Space to Rest?

Hanna Tervanotko explores questions about the purpose of a sabbatical today, such as whether it should primarily serve the individual or the institution.

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How to Support Innovative Work in the Humanities

Stephanie Kirk and Christopher Schaberg share nine ways senior faculty can help shift institutional cultures and make leading-edge scholarship more valued.

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Advice on Selecting Service Opportunities

Steve Baule describes some service options that might be available to new faculty members and provides advice on those they may want to consider.

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Academic Hybrid Positions and the F Word

As administrative scholars become more prominent across campuses, who should be considered capital-F Faculty, Chelsea Brislin asks, and what opportunities should be extended to them?

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Increasing Women’s Representation in STEM Fields

Leaders in academe hold several keys to correct the well-documented tendency to undervalue women’s work, writes Nina Gray.

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Helping Faculty Increase Their Research Impact

Publicly sharing research with future readers and collaborators can significantly increase publication and presentation opportunities, writes Christine Tulley.

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On ChatGPT: Confessions of an Anonymous Lecturer

I can’t stop students from cheating, they write, so is it even worth it to try—especially when I’m so overworked and underpaid?

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When the Little Things Matter

Getting your research published can feel overwhelming, writes Natalie Schriefer, who offers editing tips about references, citations, charts and formats to help you feel more confident submitting.