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James Pfrehm describes how cage fighting has reinspired his inner academic. That's right -- cage fighting.
Just as corporations try to establish a memorable brand, Ph.D. students and postdocs seeking new opportunities should work to create a lasting impression, writes Gaia Vasiliver-Shamis.
The well-substantiated racial differences in research support are yet another hurdle that scholars of color face -- one that sets many of us behind, argues Victor Ray.
For academics wondering how to best approach the job market further along in their career, Jennifer Lundquist and Joya Misra offer some advice.
Then you should tell someone -- and here’s how, writes Judith White.
The term carries a set of connotations that most college-level instructors would just as soon not have attributed to them, argues Alexander H. Bolyanatz.
Being able to give an effective presentation is essential to your career success, writes Christine Kelly, who provides six pointers on how to do so.
KC Williams speaks to any black faculty member who has ever felt imposed upon or discriminated against for reasons having nothing to do with their abilities.
Lauren Michele Jackson explores what role graduate students -- especially minority women students -- play in their program’s recruitment efforts.
Why might the dean-to-president route become more common, asks Carl J. Strikwerda, and what might it reveal about the evolving paths to the presidency?
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