Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice on how to handle a criticism that many receive on the road to tenure -- and a perception that needs to be faced promptly.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore takes a question about an offer to write a textbook and discusses the need to have a system for figuring out when to say yes and when not to.
To win tenure, you should constantly write and constantly seek feedback, without worrying too much if some of the feedback is negative, write Kenneth Womack and Nichola D. Gutgold.
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.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers advice on what to do when you have received negative reviews of your work.
Philip Guo says that the nature of academic work is different from other models, and requires new professors to learn to say no.
Professors at two South Texas institutions support the creation of a new, combined university, but see recent actions raising questions about job security and faculty roles.
Changing jobs can stress out a professor. Cathy Day has done it four times, and offers advice on adjusting to a new college.
At liberal arts institutions, writes Alan Hughes, teaching and community are crucial to your tenure bid.
When it comes to earning tenure, you need to forget all the fights about who is responsible for higher education's problems and focus on one simple piece of advice, writes Chuck Rybak.
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