16 juillet 2017

Small Wins: A Mothers’ Group in the Academy

HomeWhen Tina Cheuk discovered firsthand that academe can still penalize women in their childbearing years, she founded a network for positive change. More...

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On Anti-Transgender Microaggressions

HomeAcademics want to know and explore critically, writes Francis Walker, but the way in which that curiosity is expressed in relation to trans people is fundamentally unbalanced. More...

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Navigating Harassment as a Young Black Femme

HomeWhat steps, asks Gabi Jordan, can women and femmes of color take to care for themselves amid a culture that fosters harassment. More...

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How to Build Your Own Career Fair

HomeIt’s an excellent way for Ph.D.s and postdocs to articulate how their skills might add value to organizations that lie outside their traditional disciplinary areas, writes Robert D. Pearson. More...

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Organizing Dynamic, Not Deadly, Retreats

HomeInstead of making participants roll their eyes, a retreat, when facilitated well, can be inspiring, clarifying and productive, write Julie A. Peterson and Lisa M. Rudgers. More...

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Faculty-to-Faculty Mentoring

HomeWhat sustains faculty members are relationships with others, write Jennifer Lundquist and Joya Misra, who outline how to identify mentors and how to be a better one yourself. More...

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Academic Blackballing

HomeFaculty members, particularly those of color, have suffered a backlash for speaking out against injustices, denying them opportunities for professional growth and advancement, writes Sandy Grande. More...

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