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Faculty Resources

  • The Professor Is In: OK, Let’s Talk About Negotiating Salary

    Don’t panic: It’s very unlikely that asking for more money will get your offer rescinded. Still, it’s important to go about this the right way.
  • Negotiating That First Offer

    Question: I had a very good campus interview, and someone on the search committee told me, unofficially, that I am the top choice. What should I do when I get the offer? Jenny: Your situation calls to mind that old adage about not counting your chickens. You may very well be the top choice of the…
  • Negotiation 101: Know Your Absolutes

    Don’t just spew out an unranked list of requests; ask for the really key things that are essential for you to take the job.

Administrative and Staff Resources

Authors to follow

  • Denise K. Magner

    Denise K. Magner is senior editor of The Chronicle’s advice section, which features articles written by academics for academics on faculty and administrative career issues.
  • Jennifer S. Furlong

    Jennifer S. Furlong is director of the office of career planning and professional development at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Most recently, she served as co-president of the Career Services Association of CUNY and as mid-Atlantic regional director of the Graduate Career Consortium.
  • Allison M. Vaillancourt

    Allison M. Vaillancourt provides organizational consulting services as a vice president and senior consultant in Segal’s organizational effectiveness practice. Prior to joining Segal, she spent three decades as an administrator and faculty member at large public research universities. Browse her previous columns in the Management Corner series on administrative-career issues. She is on Twitter @VaillancourtA.
  • Stacy M. Hartman

    Stacy M. Hartman is an independent researcher, facilitator, and consultant. Formerly the director of the PublicsLab at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, she is co-editor of Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, published in November 2023 by the Modern Language Association. More information about her work can be found at stacyhartman.com.
  • David D. Perlmutter

    David D. Perlmutter is a professor in the College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University. He stepped down as dean of the college in 2023 after holding the position since 2013. He writes the Admin 101 column for The Chronicle.