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Just about everyone is trying to cope with new circumstances and environments, writes Victoria Reyes, who provides some helpful advice.
Howard V. Hendrix explains a new way he plans to deal with what some students characterize as the stress of his too-high demands in class.
Job interviews with groups of people are quite different than one-on-ones with individuals, and you never quite know what will happen. Saundra Loffredo gives some helpful advice.
Academics must rid themselves of outdated gendered and racialized perceptions of working parents, argues Whitney N. Laster Pirtle.
It is more important than ever that we in higher education work to make space for survivors to tell their stories, writes Eric Anthony Grollman.
Elizabeth H. Simmons offers advice on how deans, chairs and directors can make academics outside the tenure system feel valued, rewarded, included and consulted.
Signing one may make it difficult for you to get another job, warns Robert Holyer.
Never again after graduate school will you have access to so many free, high-quality career development services, writes Melissa Dalgleish, who advises how to make the most of what your campus offers.
Dealing with both pregnancy and a Ph.D. were challenge enough, writes Whitney N. Laster Pirtle, without the unexpected additional burdens that she faced.
Eric Anthony Grollman shares advice and insights for new and prospective students.
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