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Publishing Your Book in the Wake of COVID

Gayle K. Brunelle and Annette Finley-Croswhite explore the potential for a lost generation of books and how to cope with the new normal in academic publishing.

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.

Liberatory Leadership

BIPOC women administrators must step up and support other women of color in higher education, writes Shartriya Collier.

Promoting Institutional Change Through Inclusive Cluster Hiring: Part 2

Elizabeth H. Simmons and Becky R. Petitt share lessons learned in the process of implementing a new program of cluster hiring focused on the experiences of minoritized populations.

Where’s the Wheat?

Regan A. R. Gurung advises how to identify effective educational research to improve your classroom teaching success.

Public Intellectuals or Village Idiots?

Eric Jager explores the significant downsides for both scholars and institutions of the academic addiction to Twitter.

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.

Lessons From the Pivot

In writing a book about the pandemic’s impact on his university, Robert Bliwise learned a lot about how a campus handles a health crisis, but he learned other things, too.