What to expect when you are invited to talk about your work.
Why is the keynote speech such a train wreck at most academic conferences?
Better to be the one who ignites the conversation than the one who dominates it.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: interviewing at a Catholic institution; adjuncting in two departments at the same university; and other advice.
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Why it’s the crucial part of any campus interview.
Making an audience feel protected is critical to advancing your ideas.
Should you avoid repeating the same material in your campus job talk as you presented at the annual conference?
Reception season is upon us, and the dean gets asked to speak at all sorts of events. The key to success, I've learned, is knowing when to stop speaking.
No one expects oratorical brilliance, but it’s startling how bad many of these are. Follow this checklist to firm your talk up.