09 juin 2019

How to Best Help Students With Job Searches

HomeAllyson Hoffman advises grad students and faculty members how to respond when students contact them now and throughout the summer with questions and requests. More...

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A Shorter, More Humane Ph.D. Program

HomeUniversities must re-evaluate the time-to-degree requirements for many humanities Ph.D. programs, argues Michael Zimm. More...

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Dismantling the Senior Team: A Troubling Trend

HomeIt's rarely a good idea and can severely damage the institution and create unnecessary turmoil, argues Pat Sanaghan. More...

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The Inequities of the Tenure-Track System

HomeAs faculty are expected to publish more, nonwhite faculty suffer the consequences, argues Zawadi Rucks-Ahidiana. More...

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Lessons From a Support Group

HomeMike Firmand describes how such a group can help students feel more in control of their job searches and outlines how to create your own. More...

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The Challenges of the Trailing Spouse

HomeInstitutions have significant work to do when it comes to inclusive practices for dual-career couples, writes Annmarie Cano. More...

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Confessions of an Interactive Lecturer

HomeIn half of a 12-step program, L. Kimberly Epting describes how to create a lecture environment that supports student learning. More...

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No Shame in Our Game

HomeStop maligning community colleges, writes Susan Muaddi Darraj, and treating their students and faculty members as not as good as their peers. More...

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On Research Presentations at Conferences

HomeJunior Prof describes how they ascribed to the common practice of simply reading their research paper to attendees -- until they were forced to change their tactics for the better. More...

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To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

HomeGuidelines about the use of Twitter at academic conferences, and the way they are articulated, should concern scholars, argues Jonathan Beecher Field. More...

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