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Help! I’ve Been Downsized

Alfred G. Mueller II describes a five-step process for bringing some sanity back to your suddenly chaotic world.

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A Script in Grief

When yet another email or text request feels insurmountable, it can help to have something to fall back on, writes Natalia Molina.

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2 Strategies for Effective Leadership Transitions

As more leaders depart, onboarding new ones will become one of the most important and strategic moves a campus makes, says Patrick Sanaghan.

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Can STEM Professors Become Strong Writers?

Yes, says Matthew J. Wright, who offers some specific advice for how.

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Revisiting Mindset

When you read Carol Dweck’s examples, you may see bits of yourself in them—and be displeased enough to want to change, writes Rachel Toor.

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Finding Strength in the Struggle

Roshni Rao describes how she discovered that progress as an international scholar demands active self-advocacy, not just adaptation.

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Retaining Students of Color in Grad School

Systematic change must be made to ensure they succeed in academe, writes Robert W. Fernandez, who suggests some specific interventions.

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Put Your Teaching Evaluations in a Jar

You can just ignore them, or you can take some positive steps to ensure that they will push you forward in your teaching, writes Constanza Bartholomae.