How to present yourself as a pedagogical asset in your cover letter and avoid stepping on toes.
The Professor Is In
Here are three things job candidates should be doing now — besides publishing — to get ready for a new hiring season.
How to do enough, but not too much, institutional service.
Bargaining is not only for candidates with multiple offers.
Let go of the story that everything is a disaster and all hope is lost. Nobody actually knows.
Advice on how to help your nonwhite students in an era of anxiety.
What to cut when job ads, grants, or fellowship applications ask you to submit a vita of only two to three pages.
We are in uncharted waters but there is no question they are treacherous for academe.
How to draft effective job documents on teaching, research, and diversity.
You can try, but the conditions under which you will succeed are fairly narrow.
How can I boost my chances if I have everything else listed in the job ad except for X?
Now is not the time for monologuing about yourself and your interests.
How should your job talk differ if you’re on the market again for a tenure-track job?
It turns out some academics do ask questions that can be resolved with short answers.
When to ask for help and when to make the best of it.