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The thrill of being hired for a tenure-track job can easily be replaced by feeling all alone in a new town, far from your loved ones. Kerry Ann Rockquemore helps you evaluate your options.
Penn State investigates faculty member whose behavior, recorded on an international flight, circulates and attracts ridicule. She had two undergraduates with her.
Ellen Mayock reviews how to set priorities, and how that should lead you to reject most -- but not all -- service requests.
A young black female academic notices that students call her colleagues Doctor or Professor, but she is addressed by her first name. Kerry Ann Rockquemore reviews her options.
Eszter Hargittai shares tips, realizing that academics can't isolate themselves from people, some of whom will be sneezing and coughing.
Academic at Rhodes College, who in the past has been criticized by right-wing American groups, is featured in magazine of the Islamic State as example of an apostate who should be killed.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes that you can gain control of your e-mail and your time, which is essential on the path to tenure.
Joseph Barber considers the questions about when a job candidate may want to reveal and what to say.
Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt writes that it's important for faculty members to consider and go after jobs as administrators.
You don't need to spend every waking minute on work, and doing so may not help you achieve your goals, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
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