26 novembre 2018

A Call for Curatorial Teaching

HomeWhenever I draft a new course or revise an old one, I ask myself which voices I tend to privilege and which ones, by neglect or ignorance, I leave out, writes Irina Popescu. More...

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The Potential for Empowerment in Disclosure

HomeAbigail Letak explains why she tells her students that she struggles with anxiety and depression. More...

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What Makes a Good Chief Academic Officer?

HomeMichael T. Marsden offers lessons that he's learned serving at liberal arts colleges for close to two decades. More...

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Teaching First-Generation Latinx Students

HomeAlicia M. Reyes-Barriéntez offers strategies that individual professors can use to teach them effectively. More...

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There’s Plenty of Time Left in 2018

HomeHow can you make the most of the rest of the year? Victoria McGovern explores some ways to answer that question. More...

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Tempered Radicals: The Power of Small (and Big) Wins

HomeTina Cheuk and Robin Hoecker describe their advocacy efforts on behalf of grad students who are also parents and what they learned in the process. More...

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Is Applying For Another Job Disloyal?

HomeAnthony Ocampo and Kerry Ann Rockquemore share the three biggest mistakes tenure-track faculty make when being recruited for new opportunities. More...

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Checks and Balances in Academe

HomeWhatever the mechanism, institutions must put in place a system to halt certain practices that lack morality, argues Nabil Elrouby. More...

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Everyone’s New Job Description

HomeManaging crises is increasingly a skill that most administrators and faculty members must learn, writes Terri G. Givens. More...

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What I Wish I Knew Before Starting Grad School

HomeExactly 10 years ago this past August, I was getting ready to move to Washington to start my master's in medieval history at Catholic University, with a larger goal of earning a Ph.D. I had just graduated from the College of Holy Cross three months before and was excited to continue on with my education. More...

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