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This is one of the wrong questions that students often ask when they consider career plans, writes Christine Kelly.
After a year studying presidents and chancellors, Scott Newman describes the characteristics he believes help college and university chief executives succeed.
By helping you network and practice your pitch, among other things, they can be crucial to an effective job search, says Joseph Barber.
The one thing that will actually lead to a completed dissertation, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore, is the hardest thing for doctoral students to do.
We should question the beliefs that we hold about career success, writes Stephanie K. Eberle, and explore how they can sometimes stand in our way.
Joseph Barber provides advice for avoiding them in your CV, résumé or interview answers.
Colleges and universities should renew their commitment to faculty members -- including contingent ones, write Jennifer Lundquist and Joya Misra.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore provides tips for transforming an awkward, unhelpful relationship into one that helps you meet your career needs.
You have to hone your public-speaking and other communications skills to compete for attention in today's job market, writes James M. Van Wyck.
Administrators who are teachers and learners at heart need new environments to learn and grow, says Jim Hunt.
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