22 juillet 2018

Recruiting Diverse and Excellent New Faculty

HomeAbigail J. Stewart and Virginia Valian provide recommendations for how deans, department chairs and their search committees can optimize their chances. More...

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3 Approaches for Confronting Microaggressions

HomeTyrone Fleurizard gives advice for reducing subtle yet discriminatory actions and comments in the classroom. More...

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On the Move

HomeSwitching positions in your first years as a junior faculty member is both stressful and energizing, writes Christopher Garland, who provides some pointers on how to make the transition. More...

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It’s July. Have You Started Writing Yet?

HomeChristine Tulley proposes a strategy to get moving finally: take a week to develop a master scholarship plan and figure out where you are. More...

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The Collaboration Imperative

HomeFor our institutions to be innovative, faculty and administrators must work together, writes Terri E. Givens, but they often confront outside obstacles. More...

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Teaching as a Minority: Trump and Trauma

HomeThe new political setting, in addition to removing a burden of proof from my shoulders as a professor from the Middle East, has urged my students to ask questions and seek answers, writes Hadi Khoshneviss. More...

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The Trauma of Graduate Education

HomeSuch trauma impacts graduate students as they produce CVs, cover letters and other job search materials, writes Beth Godbee, and we should acknowledge and address it. More...

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With a Little Help From Your Friends

HomeEszter Hargittai describes how a writing accountability group can help you meet your goals over the summer. More...

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3 Informational Interview Mistakes

HomeMany students are unclear how to conduct such conversations and are potentially sabotaging future career prospects, writes Thomas Magaldi. More...

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The Dangers of the “Silent A”

HomeWaving through our strongest students with some minimal comments does a disservice to them, to us as pedagogues and, ultimately, to the future of our profession itself, argues Adam Kotsko. More...

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