08 octobre 2017

4 Questions to Ask Before You Co-Teach

HomeCo-teaching isn’t exactly a marriage, but doing it effectively does require addressing some key issues up front, write Claudia Holguín Mendoza and Julie M. Weise. More...

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Who Do You Think You Are?

HomeOnce you gain tenure, you can be a leader on your campus in ways you might not have considered, no matter your title, role or position, writes Kerry Ann Rockquemore. More...

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Ad Interim: Performance

HomeServing as an acting director, chair or dean? Elizabeth H. Simmons suggests how to approach issues of symbolism and presentation as you go about your work. More...

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How to Cultivate Greater Linguistic Diversity

HomeA. W. Strouse, whose students represent a planet’s worth of distinct backgrounds, offers guidance on how to encourage them to speak up in their own way. More...

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Making Leadership and Service Count in the Job Search

HomeGraduate students need to recognize the marketability and value of their unpaid work and anticipate how it could be attractive to a future employer, writes Amanda Cornwall. More...

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Supporting LGBTQI Survivors on Campus -- II

HomeIn a previous essay, I discussed sexual assault and relationship violence in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) campus communities -- specifically, how faculty and staff members could support such students systemically. In this article, I will provide suggestions on how to interpersonally support LGBTQI students who disclose experiences of sexual or intimate partner violence to faculty and staff members. More...

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An Intersectional Framework to Sexual Violence Prevention

HomeEfforts to address sexual assault should focus on the most marginalized communities and consider how multiple forms of oppression intersect with sexism, argues Nadeeka Karunaratne. More...

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Ad Interim: Practice

HomeStepping up to serve as an acting director, chair or dean? Elizabeth H. Simmons offers perspective on how to approach the tasks that lie ahead. More...

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I Got Tenure: Now What?

HomeKerry Ann Rockquemore introduces a new series of articles on how to transition successfully and enjoyably into a new status on your campus. More...

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The Plight of the Independent Scholar

HomeRebecca Bodenheimer describes the trials and frustrations of attending academic conferences when you’re unaffiliated. More...

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