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What’s Really at Stake When Colleges Lose Faculty of Color?

Top administrators must respond to increasingly pervasive legislation that hinders the recruitment, retention and vital work of those faculty members, writes Jackie Pedota.

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7 Questions College Leaders Should Ask About AI

Presidents and others should be developing strategies to ensure their institutions are positioned to respond to the opportunities and risks, writes David Weil.

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How to Support Innovative Work in the Humanities

Stephanie Kirk and Christopher Schaberg share nine ways senior faculty can help shift institutional cultures and make leading-edge scholarship more valued.

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Frustrated With Your Dissertation Chair?

Ramon B. Goings offers three fundamental strategies to help strengthen the relationship.

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Give Yourself a Sticker

We encourage our students to acknowledge the challenges of their work, set boundaries and take breaks, Sasha Bianca Goldman writes. But do we take our own advice?

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Staged Assignments & Long-Ass Prompts

After years of trying to convince students it was in their best interest to start their research papers early, Zachary Nowak simply required them to.

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10 Survival Tips for New Professors

Benjamin Pacini offers advice that can help you make your life as an instructor a little easier and, more important, benefit your students.

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On Authenticity and Leadership in Academe

Being true to ourselves is a barometer of well-being, but what if aspects of our true selves are counterproductive for us or our institution? Jacob A. Brown, C. K. Gunsalus, Nicholas C. Burbules and Thomas Byrne offer some answers.