Part 4 in a series featuring new faculty members talking about their academic job search.
Tech-savvy candidates have an advantage — for now.
A Ph.D.’s quest for a tenure-track job falters when she declines to sacrifice her family life for her career.
What to cut when job ads, grants, or fellowship applications ask you to submit a vita of only two to three pages.
Part 3 in a series interviewing new full-time faculty members about how they landed their job.
Potential is like an arrow, pointing in a direction that your future colleagues hope you will travel with them.
We are in uncharted waters but there is no question they are treacherous for academe.
After six years of teaching, an adjunct lands a tenure-track position at a community college.
Also in our weekly roundup of conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: managing the advance-copy blues; how to know when you're done writing; and a question about delaying tactics in negotiations.
Two of the most common questions that job candidates ask are about tenure and salary.
How to draft effective job documents on teaching, research, and diversity.
In faculty job ads, there is a difference between that phrase and “ability to teach the following.”
Part 1 of a series on how new faculty found their first full-time teaching job in academe.
Also in our weekly roundup of conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: hiring-committee hijinks; charting a path to administration; how to respond to students who ask you to review what they missed in class.
How can I boost my chances if I have everything else listed in the job ad except for X?