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Tanya Golash-Boza gives faculty job applicants eight tips for writing a stellar diversity statement that stands out to search committees.
Jennifer Lundquist and Joya Misra offer advice for those who choose to set an automated email reply message when unavailable at work over the summer.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore outlines the three biggest mistakes newly tenured professors commonly make.
To land the position you really want, it's important to spend some time analyzing the job postings first, argues Julia McAnallen.
LGBTQ folks pay a price for prioritizing their safety and well-being in academe -- often taking less stable or lower-paying positions to be in hospitable cities, writes Bonnie J. Morris.
Mariko Silver examines the intersection of sex, gender, power and policy in academe and the workplace.
To achieve positive change in higher education, we must create campus cultures that celebrate shared learning as we go, writes Judith S. White.
The prevalence of mental health issues and neurodevelopmental disorders in higher ed is so high, and the associated shame so great, that many students and even professors end up floundering, writes Scott B. Weingart, an autistic academic.
It’s important to know that the big things to which you aspire can be done -- and that you can do them, advises Kerry Ann Rockquemore.
To advance you must interact with others, and the manner in which you do so affects your professional reputation, writes Michael A. Matrone.
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