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Sonja K. Foss and William Waters provide guidance on how to create the best relationship with your dissertation adviser.
Joseph Barber reviews 12 months' worth of career advice.
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If you don't follow certain standard conventions when giving an academic job talk, you risk communicating a lack of professionalism, writes Philip N. Howard.
Natalie Lundsteen offers advice for doctoral students and postdocs looking for nonacademic jobs and considering working with headhunters.
Christopher Garland found unexpected challenges and rewards in his new faculty job, and he shares some lessons for others seeking that holy grail.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore writes about the importance of being specific about your needs.
Julie Dodd shares the advice she gives graduate students about to teach undergrads for the first time -- and reminds professors of their obligation to share their expertise.
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