I was getting in my car when I heard it. One word. The most toxic word.
No, this is not an argument for women to act more like men in the hiring process.
Also this week: why flex-time policies favor men; the gender pay gap in the professoriate.
Your style of dress, your language, your gender, your height, your skin color — all contribute to students’ perceptions of you.
Plenty of women are earning Ph.D.s in a variety of disciplines yet too many conference panels still feature only men.
We are all reduced when we cordon off our intimate lives, lest they be perceived as a weakness.
Why women in academe feel our bodies are "always under watch."
Online harassment is a problem for women who write about anything.
What to say when female students ask if they can "have it all."
Imagine a world where employers actually believed that career breaks enhanced your employment qualifications. A German program is testing that.
You have to grease the wheels, or so you’ve been told. The hierarchies of higher education rely on pandering to get ahead.
For women in fields that skew male, inappropriate comments are a routine part of attending scholarly meetings.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: How to get poached.
… No matter how many times people inside and outside of academia say I don’t.
Self-promotion is critical in today’s academic job market.