Part 6 in a series featuring new faculty members talking about their job search.
A tenure-track dream you’ve spent 14 years pursuing is not an easy thing to give up.
Your objective is to get an interview. So make sure your letter isn’t just informational, but persuasive.
How to present yourself as a pedagogical asset in your cover letter and avoid stepping on toes.
Career diversity must become the new norm, not an exceptional trend, if graduate education is to thrive in the future.
Whether it happens at an airport or via Skype, here’s what candidates need to know.
Part 5 in a series featuring new faculty members talking about their job search.
Here are three things job candidates should be doing now — besides publishing — to get ready for a new hiring season.
Effective networking isn't slimy — it's sincere, deep, and generous.
How to do enough, but not too much, institutional service.
You are eager to be a peer reviewer for journals — just don’t be too eager.
Why the culture at two-year colleges must change to allow, and encourage, faculty to pursue outside work.
No, this is not an argument for women to act more like men in the hiring process.
Bargaining is not only for candidates with multiple offers.
Dear hiring committee: Can we talk? Here’s what you really need to know about me.