08 octobre 2017

On Gratitude and Leadership

HomeAdriana Bankston offers the following advice for being a good team leader both in academe and outside it. More...

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A Letter To My “Academic Mama”

HomeIrene Sanchez pays tribute to the person whosaw something in her on the days that she couldn’t see it in herself anymore. More...

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What Do the Best Mentors Do?

HomeJoya Misra and Jennifer Lundquist asked faculty members from different disciplines whom colleagues and students had identified as excellent mentors to share their lessons with others in academe. More...

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White Men Must Learn to Say Yes

HomeRather than encourage women and people of color to do less service work, we should be encouraging white men to step forward and do more, argues Shannon Portillo. More...

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Managing the Student From Heck

HomeMaria Shine Stewart provides some advice for dealing with particularly difficult students in the classroom. More...

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A Junior Faculty Member's Journey to Tenure

HomeEmily Allen Williams offers advice that she wishes people had given her to avoid self-sabotage in her early years on the tenure track. More...

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What Faculty Bring to Move-In Day

HomeBy getting involved, faculty members directly work toward institutional goals like creating a positive learning environment and improving retention rates, arguesKirstin Kelley. More...

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How We Fixed Our Dual-Career Problem

HomeBrady Smith and Chandani Patel, both Ph.D.s, were in the same field, shared the same dissertation committee and wound up applying to most of the same jobs. They share their advice for how they have made their dual careers work. More...

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No Erotics of Professing for Me

HomeHow we as teachers look and comport ourselves can impact the learning experience, and as an adjunct, I do not feel safe bringing my sexuality into the classroom, writes Jeana Jorgensen. More...

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Getting Up to Speed on Diversity

HomeEmployers are increasingly requiring job applicants to demonstrate both commitment and contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion, writes Deborah S. Willis, who gives advice to graduate students on how to do so. More...

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