25 octobre 2019

Why You Should Pursue Passion Projects in Grad School

HomeThey allow you to explore your skills, gain experience and refine career goals, writes Dan Moseson, who provides advice for successfully doing so. More...

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Needed: More Reading in First-Year Writing

HomeNot asking students to read regularly is like telling them it’s OK not to explore, argues Rachel Wagner, even if it's the week their papers are due and what they read won't be analyzed in those papers. More...

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When the Buck Stops With You

HomeCrystal G. Herman offers advice on how to most effectively deal with student concerns as a midlevel faculty administrator. More...

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Academic Book Reviews Deserve Some Respect

HomeIf you set your sights on a career in academic administration, even on the top job, you always have to do it, advises S. Georgia Nugent, who suggests some places to start. More...

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Advancing to the Presidency No. 3: Do the Homework

HomeIf you set your sights on a career in academic administration, even on the top job, you always have to do it, advises S. Georgia Nugent, who suggests some places to start. More...

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Asking the Editors: Part 3

HomeJunior Prof asks two seasoned editors about what role social media plays in promoting a book, whether concerns about institutional prestige are valid and how to avoid being dropped by a university press. More...

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How to Be the Adviser You’ve Always Wanted

HomeServing as an adviser can be fulfilling yet also challenging, write Anthony Ocampo and Rachel McLaren, who offer advice on how to be the best one you can be. More...

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What to Do When You Know You Can't Meet a Deadline

HomeIt's easy to drop a ball in this busy season, writes Natalie Lundsteen, who offers some advice for how to best handle the situation. More...

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Portrait of This Year’s Student Body

HomeSeveral genders, two tattoos

(abstraction and political views),

mostly eighteen-through-twenty-fives,

though some as old as rare archives,

polymorphous, many-eyed,

hair cut short and sometimes dyed,

highly conscious of their weight,

often looking for a date,

semi-addicted to caffeine,

completely glued to any screen. More...

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Conseil national des universités (C.N.U.) : résultat des élections 2019

ESR enseignementsup-recherche gouv frLe ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'Innovation publie les résultats des élections 2019 au Conseil national des universités (C.N.U.).
Les résultats concernant les 1152 membres élus (et autant de suppléants) à renouveler en 2019 sont les suivants :

  • Listes indépendantes : 50,2 % (578 sièges)
  • SNESUP-FSU : 25,7 % (296 sièges)
  • SGEN CFDT : 10 % (115 sièges)
  • Listes intersyndicales : 4,1 % (47 sièges)
  • UNSA SUP'Recherche : 3 % (35 sièges)
  • QSF : 2,7 % (31 sièges)
  • FO : 2,6 % (30 sièges)
  • FERC CGT : 1,7 % (20 sièges)

Le ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur, de la Recherche et de l'innovation tient à saluer la mobilisation des 22 433 électeurs du C.N.U. (46 % du corps électoral) qui ont permis que le scrutin se déroule dans les meilleures conditions. Plus...

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