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Ungrading for Hope

Tony Perman shares four key benefits and how, at best, ungrading helps create a classroom community that can take a semester’s journey in tandem.

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Conferencing for Career Development

Katie Homar provides advice for making the most of conferences, especially during the early stages of your career or in transition phases.

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Embracing a Strategic Advantage in Asset Management

Colleges and universities that roll back DEI efforts when it comes to their investments are only hurting themselves, warns Kerin McCauley.

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After the Writing Retreat Ends

Jennifer Ahern-Dodson and Monique Dufour offer strategies on how to carry what you learn into your everyday writing practices.

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The High Cost of Tolerating a Toxic Employee

Inaction is not an option, writes Jenny Silver. It’s magical thinking to believe that unprofessional behavior will simply disappear without intervention.


3 More Tips for Faculty Members New to Administrative Roles

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

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The Delicate Balance of Authentic Leadership

The public’s growing awareness of inauthentic messages and actions leaves almost no room for missteps, writes Amy Kristof-Brown.

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The Need for Mentoring Constellations

Strong professional development requires different forms of mentoring, write Blessing Enekwe and Jennifer Aumiller, who cite 11 possible relationship areas.