17 juillet 2017

Conversations in the Global Classroom

HomeWhich histories matter? Which literatures? Who gets to decide? These questions are particularly complex with an international student body, writes Deborah L. Williams. More...

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Stop Calling It the Dark Side

HomeWe need to stop emphasizing the things that divide the administration from the faculty and vice versa, argues Elizabeth A. Lehfeldt. More...

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Key Factors in Successful Student Mentoring

HomeJoya Misra and Jennifer Lundquist recommend effective practices that individual faculty members, as well as institutions and departments, can adopt. More...

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Truths Be Told: Entering Graduate School

HomeTerri E. Givens describes the joys and satisfactions of her first year of graduate school. More...

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Lies and Other Advice

HomeAlfreda James shares insights for any new or soon-to-be Ph.D. interested in the day-to-day life of a career education professional. More...

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10 Strategies for Navigating Academic Careers

HomeAimee LaPointe Terosky explores some common themes among educators who have navigated and shaped their careers in meaningful ways. More...

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A Kinder Goodbye

HomeJob changes and losses can happen anytime, even when you think you are indispensable, writes Maria Shine Stewart, so it’s good to prepare. More...

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How to Cope Without a Full-Time Job Offer

HomeRaechel Tiffe gives six pointers on how to thrive without secure academic employment.
I didn’t always want to be a professor, but when I learned what a professor did (or what I thought they did), I decided it was exactly the profession from which to do the things I wanted to do. More...

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