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On the Tenure Track… Again

Moving to a position at a different institution, while challenging, can be done successfully if you take a strategic approach that begins before you start the new job, write Lisa Perks and Rochelle Ruffer.

Making Your Case

Courtney C. W. Guerra provides advice on how to successfully compile a compelling renewal or tenure dossier.

Politics, Policies and Practices for Associate Professor Advancement

Those seeking the rank of full professor face many impediments, writes Michael Bugeja, who offers advice on how to surmount such challenges.

Building Relationships at Home

How can you network most effectively within your own institution? Stephen J. Aguilar provides advice.

On Belonging in the Academy

Stephen J. Aguilar reflects on what it means to be part of an academic community where you don't see your identity reflected in your peers.

Establishing Your Scholarly Identity

Stephen J. Aguilar suggests ways new tenure-track faculty members can define and shape how they present themselves so they can do more of the work they want.

On the Move

Switching positions in your first years as a junior faculty member is both stressful and energizing, writes Christopher Garland, who provides some pointers on how to make the transition.

Networking: Just Do It

Even if up until now you haven’t done it, even if you find it insufferable, even if you think you’re awkward, even if you secretly believe that you’re somehow above it, argues Stephen J. Aguilar, do it and open yourself up to the possibilities that follow.