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Russell Olwell explores why mentoring students is often so low on the faculty agenda -- and what should be done about it.
Determining what your skills are, what you enjoy doing and what is important to you is fundamental to career development, writes Natalie Lundsteen.
Who exactly did I think I was, Fatimah Williams Castro asked herself, to want to leave the professoriate?
Many professors frequently write tenure-review letters, but as a community, we’re not regularly discussing how we should be doing so, argues Eric Goldman.
Christina Berchini provides tips for embarking on the job market for the first time.
Christopher M. Hakala provides insights on creating and running a teaching center.
Some of the distinct aspects of Disney World can be relevant when it comes to thinking about your own professional branding, writes Joseph Barber.
As a department chair, screwups are inevitable, writes Professor Plainspoken. The key is finding ways to avoid beating yourself up about them.
Whatever your goals are, keeping careful track of your work can help you stay focused on them, writes Shannon Craigo-Snell.
Peer review can sting, write Joya Misra and Jennifer Lundquist, but continued revision is the lifeblood of scholarship.
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