A university’s leadership-training program prepares them to be linchpins for transformation.
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Do you like meetings? Lots and lots of meetings? Be honest, because they’re part of the job.
Notes on teaching for those days when it seems as if no one is listening.
Would a spurned department offer a tenure-track job to a candidate who had already turned it down?
Sorry, there’s no avoiding the tedious, heavy paperwork involved in seeking an academic-leadership post.
Our Career Talk columnists talk with three Ph.D.s who ended up finding satisfying work outside their disciplines.
How to “manage up” and get what you need from your graduate supervisor.
Don’t allow yourself to be treated as a checked box on someone else’s to-do list.
What are the pros and cons of pursuing a faculty career in one place?
Turns out, not much happens to graduate students who flunk the pedagogical seminar.
A pervasive administrative lens increasingly seems to color almost everything we do as faculty members.
What are the best ways to ask and answer questions about race, ethnicity, and inclusion?
That a legal mechanism is an imperfect means of promoting a valued end does not mean we should abandon it.