Career Advice

Teach Governance

Graduate students and new faculty members will be helped in their careers by learning how their institutions work and how they can help shape policy, writes Terri Givens.

A Frustrating Boss

When you have too much invested in a project to walk away, you don't have easy options, writes C.K. Gunsalus.

Be Prepared

Mary Sies saved -- and shares -- every question she was asked in her job search, plus advice on how to answer.

Group Work

Writing frustrations and triumphs are meant to share, writes Peg Boyle Single.

Having the Final Say

Rob Weir offers tips on designing final exams.

Your Next Project

You can rely on the research skills you've learned as a scholar to navigate a new career path, writes Sabine Hikel.

Expert Advice

Peg Boyle Single interviews the authors of What They Didn't Teach You in Graduate School.

The Academic Traveler

Getting organized for MLA, AHA, AEA or various other academic meetings? Eszter Hargittai has some ideas about managing the travel time efficiently.

Hard Choices

No interviews at the MLA? It's a tough decision on whether to go, but if you do, you can make the meeting valuable, writes Teresa Mangum.

Interview Season

Ari Kelman shares advice on preparing for and handling job interviews at academic conferences.


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