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In Support of the Junk Drawer CV

It’s a magical document that’s tucked away in your storage drive where you record high points and low points among your career endeavors, explains Kate Stuart.

Learning Through Teaching

We can’t understand faculty teaching and student learning without our reciprocal learning as faculty from often informal, even indirect, teaching by our students, writes Harvey J. Graff.

Navigating the Crossroads

Dinuka Gunaratne explores why making certain career decisions can seem so insurmountable and offers advice for how to do so most successfully.

Broadening Ph.D. Experiences to Enhance Your Career

Jovana Milosavljevic Ardeljan describes how grad students can pursue career-building strategies beyond the required curriculum.

Career Traps or Pathways?

Morris Grubbs and Austin Trantham explore the conundrum of contingent faculty jobs for academics seeking tenure-track positions.

Don’t Be Afraid of the Unknown

All new experiences involve risks, which you can work to lower through strategic career exploration, advises Chris Smith.

Teaching as a Transferrable Skill

The ability to help others learn can be applied in almost any job, and graduate students should develop it as soon as they can, writes Lauren Easterling.

Ask Us Anything

More than ever, job candidates want answers to questions they feel uncomfortable asking, and colleges should make it easier for them to get that information, writes Rachel Gabriele.