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Some California community colleges have 1,700 students per academic adviser. But a state law designed to protect faculty jobs may help prevent the hiring of more counselors.
Incredibly tight academic job market in the humanities is changing strategies of search committees and candidates.
At San Francisco State, professors allege a pattern of ignoring promises made to recruit or retain faculty members.
Author discusses new book on the relationship between the "sharing economy" and the erosion of faculty rights.
UC Riverside faculty survey suggests outrage at early phases of a massive cluster-hiring program there.
As universities seek to globalize, should they include internationally focused criteria in their tenure and promotion policies? A new report analyzes policies with such indicators.
Graduate students' analysis of interdisciplinary jobs ads suggest that many jobs aren't truly interdisciplinary, but those that are tend to be linked to dedicated centers or clusters.
Should anyone police whether professors have the racial or ethnic background they claim? Native American studies group calls for more accountability in the wake of several disputes.
New Ph.D.s need to conquer the negative messages they hear from themselves, writes Sue Levine.
When it's time for a job search, Ph.D. candidates need to drop these behaviors, writes Karen Kelsky.
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