Kevin R. McClure keeps a list of news articles that describe a boom in campus amenities. He questions that phenomenon and whether those projects are really driving up tuition.
Science-communication training can give researchers perspective on their work and gird them against impostor syndrome.
A tenure-track dream you’ve spent 14 years pursuing is not an easy thing to give up.
Ducking the skeptics only increases the credibility of outlandish views and fuels conspiracy theories.
“Such rhetorical bullying would be laughable if it weren’t part of a pattern on the right,” says the Duke professor of history and public policy.
Shirley Ann Jackson, Rensselaer Polytechnic’s leader, has presided over the demoralization of a fund-raising office that is critical to the realization of her grand vision.
My experience on the market was just one data point, not a complete description of a highly stochastic process.
I do my best to avoid snarky rejoinders when I’m teaching, yet they pop out uninvited.
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