What the notices say is only part of what they mean, writes Cheryl E. Ball.
D. Gilson appeals to the search committee.
There are many advantages to the practice, writes Laura Severin, but it requires strategy and practices that go beyond hiring many professors at once.
A key task in the job search is figuring out whether you and the institution are a good match, writes Cheryl E. Ball.
Expats from the country or Americans seeking jobs there are in for some surprises when applying for faculty posts, writes Richard Utz.
Hester Blum writes about what she learned from her father, who recruited talent in non-academic fields.
William Helmreich explains how to excel in an interview.
William Helmreich offers an insider's tips on how to get the all crucial interview.
American U. says it has track for those with non-academic careers who want to join the faculty. A suit charges that the university only values traditional academic credentials.
If you are starting off an academic career, you need to listen to the experiences and ideas of others, but also need to know when to ignore them, writes Rachel Leventhal-Weiner.
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