My journey from a liberal-arts Ph.D. program to a career in the tech world.
A do-it-yourself approach to fixing those annoying personality traits that are holding you back professionally.
Tech-savvy candidates have an advantage — for now.
You’re a new faculty member, no doubt engrossed in your departmental duties. But the rest of the institution needs you, too.
What are the best ways to ask and answer questions about race, ethnicity, and inclusion?
They won’t take responsibility for their own learning if you are doing it for them.
That a legal mechanism is an imperfect means of promoting a valued end does not mean we should abandon it.
Plenty of women are earning Ph.D.s in a variety of disciplines, yet too many conference panels still feature only men.
What do search committees want? Believe it or not, they want you to be yourself.
If Mariah Carey should make room for a younger generation of performers, does that not also apply to me?
A Ph.D.’s quest for a tenure-track job falters when she declines to sacrifice her family life for her career.
Three scholars share how they resolved a conflict over authorship order on an interdisciplinary article.
Your ability to move into a nonacademic career is less about acquiring new skills than about identifying the ones you already have.
What to cut when job ads, grants, or fellowship applications ask you to submit a vita of only two to three pages.
When it comes to faculty pay, everything is relative. But keeping quiet about inequities only prolongs them.
Advice on making it through a hiring process that tends to reward extroverts.
Part 3 in a series interviewing new full-time faculty members about how they landed their job.
In between finishing your dissertation, here’s what you should be doing to enhance your candidacy.
What to do when you would rather not write that recommendation letter.
U.S. universities that fail to deal with work-life pressures will lose talent and face decline.
No one should teach in fear of the prospect of a wronged and vengeful student.
Just because it doesn’t work in your classroom doesn’t mean it doesn’t work.
The best peer mentor I ever had was someone I barely knew.
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