25 octobre 2019

Articulating Adaptability

HomeAdaptability is a career skill many employers seek, writes Robert Pearson, but a certain pervasive platitude can keep you from achieving it. More...

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5 Ways to Bring a Growth Mind-Set Into Your Classroom

HomeHigher education suffers from an inertia that sets in when professors who weren't taught how to teach draw from the outmoded teaching styles that they experienced as students, writes Laura Freberg. More...

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4 Strategies for Completing Your Dissertation

HomeAlmost half of all doctoral students complete their course work but not their dissertation. Sarah Schwintz gives some concrete advice for increasing your odds of finishing yours. More...

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Computing the Windshield-Bug Calculus

HomeWhen should top administrators claim responsibility for the good things that happen on campuses? When should they be blamed for things going wrong? George Justice and Carolyn Dever explore the issues. More...

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Making the Most of Transitions

HomeSuccessful leadership requires being humble and taking the advice of those who have done the work before us, writes Terri E. Givens. More...

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Your Adviser, Your Ally

HomeBuilding trust requires taking risks and having difficult conversations, writes Stephanie K. Eberle. More...

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How to Think Strategically About Committee Work

HomeNot preparing for yearly committee service is a missed opportunity to make career-forwarding moves, Christine Tulley advises. More...

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The Hidden Challenges for Successful First-Generation Ph.D.s

HomeFirst-generation grad students continue to grapple with the same issues they struggled with as undergraduates -- yet those struggles are amplified in graduate school settings, argues Bailey B. Smolarek. More...

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Rate My Student

HomeWhat better place to learn more about one’s students, John Mark McFadden asks, than a portal filled with ratings of students by teachers and professors. More...

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A Diversity and Inclusion Statement for Liberal Studies

HomeReshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt offers a satirical view. More...

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