Tenure

Time for a 360

The frenzied middle of the semester is a time when feedback is essential, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore.

Listen to Your Body

To advance your career, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore, you need your mental and physical health.

The Art of Delegation

Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes that junior faculty members are too quick to assume they can't get help, and too hesitant to ask.

Pick Your Battles

Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes about the danger of fighting everything and of the danger of never expressing legitimate frustrations.

Serves You Right

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A great record on service won't win you tenure, and it could cost you tenure, writes a new advice columnist.

Things I Wish I Had Known

Carmen Tejeda-Delgado on what she learned on the road to becoming a tenured faculty member.

What's Holding You Back?

Now that we’re almost halfway into the fall semester, it’s an ideal time to stop and evaluate your progress. I encourage you to do so this week by gently asking yourself several important questions: How is my semester going so far? How much writing have I completed? Have I developed a daily writing routine? How am I progressing towards my semester goals? and How do I feel about my answers to the previous questions? Let me be clear, this is NOT an invitation to beat yourself up!

Write Now!

Karen Hoelscher and Carmen Werder offer tips on how to avoid procrastination and sustaining writing momentum.

Impressing Your Bosses

At teaching institutions, junior professors can get on the radar screens of deans by organizing an all-campus event, but that requires learning how to write a proposal, writes H. William Rice.

The Flawed Middle

The procedures of most search committees make sense at the beginning and end of the process, writes Adam Kotsko, but not in between.

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