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3 More Tips for Faculty Members New to Administrative Roles

Navigating culture, structure and systems: advice for new faculty administrators.

Dealing with the Now

Much of what occurs in the next weeks and months will turn on how academic leaders make choices and adapt no longer effective behaviors, write Nicholas Burbules and C.K. Gunsalus.

Looking on the Bright Side of Life

Rob Kramer offers some tactics for leading your team, department, school or university through this trying time.

Advancing to the Presidency No. 5: Stepping Into the Position

S. Georgia Nugent provides insights and advice for women who are becoming a college or university president for the first time.

Advancing to the Presidency No. 4: Create Your Own Jobs

S. Georgia Nugent describes how to get the opportunity, the break, to move farther along your leadership path.

Why Listening Matters for Leaders

It can help you build a healthy and productive unit in a least three significant ways, write Sebastian Wraight, Nicholas C. Burbules, Elizabeth A. Luckman and C. K. Gunsalus.

Computing the Windshield-Bug Calculus

When should top administrators claim responsibility for the good things that happen on campuses? When should they be blamed for things going wrong? George Justice and Carolyn Dever explore the issues.

When the Buck Stops With You

Crystal G. Herman offers advice on how to most effectively deal with student concerns as a midlevel faculty administrator.