27 janvier 2019

Parcoursup 2019 : inscriptions ouvertes, quelques changements

l'emag de l'educationLa plateforme Parcoursup a ouvert ses portes ce 22 janvier, avec quelques modifications par rapport à l’année dernière. Plus...

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Why Israel?

HomeIn November, the faculty of Pitzer College voted overwhelmingly in support of suspending the college’s study abroad program with the University of Haifa, setting two conditions for the resumption of the program. The first condition is that entry to Israel, and thus to the Haifa program, must be free of discrimination based on ancestry and legitimate political speech. The second is that Israel allow foreign exchanges with Palestinian universities on the same basis that it does for Israeli universities. Currently, the Israeli state does not issue visas that allow foreign students and faculty members to join Palestinian universities for a full semester, much less any longer. More...

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Men Blamed for Failure of French Effort on Hiring Female Academics

HomeBy David Matthews for Times Higher Education. Requiring that at least 40 percent of search committee members be female was followed by a drop in hiring of women, study found. More...

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Warning on ‘Mirror Journals’

HomeBy David Matthews for Times Higher Education. European Commission envoy sees attempt to get around open-access requirements.
Research funders are being “taken for a ride” by publishers who launch new so-called mirror journals that mimic existing titles in an open-access format, according to the man spearheading an international effort to make more scholarship freely available. More...

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Grad School Activism

HomeWhile often necessary, it’s not a substitute for technical proficiency, writes Chanda Prescod-Weinstein. More...

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Self-Care for the New Year

HomeSomething is seriously lost when we as academics can’t connect back to ourselves, the world and what truly matters, writes Deborah J. Cohan. More...

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What I Learned as I Was Leaving

HomeBeth Godbee shares three responses that surprised her when she announced her decision to depart higher ed. More...

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How to Avoid Overprepping for Your Classes

HomeToo many faculty members prepare too much for the classes they teach, writes Christine Tulley, who proposes a solution: pattern teaching. More...

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The Benefits of Coaching Conversations

HomeDeborah S. Willis gives advice on how to incorporate such conversations into your graduate school or postdoctoral experience. More...

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Career Certainty -- and the Uncertainty of It All

HomeIt may feel a little scary, but it also means there aren’t really any wrong choices, writes Joseph Barber, who gives advice for making the most of yours. More...

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