Youngstown State limits part-timers' hours to avoid requirements of new health care law.
To keep perfectionism in check, you need to understand your habits and attitudes, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
Faculty groups say president of U. of Northern Iowa reacted too quickly to a student grievance and ended up endangering a professor and wrongly suggesting she was unfair to someone in the National Guard.
Two recent incidents have Terri E. Givens wondering whether faculty members are adequately trained to respond in emergencies.
Networking and motivation have more of an impact than age, gender or teaching load, according to study of European academics.
Kirstie Ramsey discusses some of the questions to consider when you are on the tenure track and may want a(nother) child.
Terri Givens reflects on how a fellowship in Washington offered personal and professional renewal.
American U. says faculty members should not bring a sick child to class, and criticizes professor who published essay questioning conduct of student journalists, and naming them.
William Palmer considers the value of his time away from teaching, and why he's excited to return to the classroom.
Faculty members at National U., none of whom have tenure, say the institution is dealing with its challenges by shutting down shared governance and ignoring their role.
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