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As an institutional leader who is trying to discern what women students need and to promote conversations about feminism on your campus, what should you do? Raymonda Burgman provides some guidance.
The management skills necessary for success in academe and industry are more similar than they might appear, writes Stephanie K. Eberle.
Jeana Jorgensen give advice to those with scholarly training who are breaking into new areas far afield of traditional academe.
Catherine M. Roach describes the joy of falling in love with a whole new field of inquiry and style of research.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore offers guidance on how to cut through the overwhelming chatter and confusion you may experience when seeking job advice.
To find and secure meaningful careers, A.B.D. and Ph.D. job seekers need to reach out and rely on a diverse cast of supporters, writes James M. Van Wyck.
We should work to reduce the harm of bias in student course evaluations, argues Joey Sprague.
College leaders should take steps to grow their own academic administrators from among the faculty members in their midst, writes Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt.
Bullying behavior at your institution can result in lawsuits, high employee turnover costs, productivity declines, low morale and many other problems, writes Raymonda Burgman.
Bill Mahon highlights the key traps to avoid during the first year on the job.
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