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Learning to navigate safe relationships and thinking critically about sexual experiences is a hallmark of the college period, writes Maggie Hardy.
There’s no denying its benefits, but it’s still only a project -- and one you can complete, writes Noelle Sterne.
When should you say yes and when should you say no? Judith S. White offers advice.
Attending to the impression you make in graduate school is a great investment in your long-term career, argues Briana Mohan.
Few people in higher education use coaches, but such professionals offer neutrality, perspective, discretion and feedback that colleagues, friends and family often can’t provide.
Reviewing advertisements of all sorts can help you identify appealing job types and sectors that you may never even have heard of, advises Derek Attig.
Navigating an unfamiliar environment can amplify the challenges of developing strategies to avoid harassment, writes Kathrin Zippel, who offers some guidance.
While a sabbatical is a venerated academic milestone, we should do more to raise the profile of the year after it, argues Heather Camp.
In academe, many women of color are constantly pressured to overcompensate in ways that are unhealthy for themselves, their careers and their institutions, writes Yvette Alex-Assensoh.
Pursuing funding support as a graduate student or postdoc can help your career -- and in more ways than one, writes Victoria McGovern.
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