Faculty members can learn from the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes by actors and writers about supporting those who are more vulnerable in academe, write Rebecca McKanna, Colleen E. Wynn and Elizabeth Ziff.
In this first of two pieces, Chris Smith and Eric Vaughn provide a framework for future success, highlighting the benefits of engaging with yourself and others.
Are you truly a Ph.D. student or just an imposter? If you are feeling as if you’re the latter, Deepa Aravind offers recommendations.
Higher education needs to provide Latinos greater access to Ph.D.s in the sciences, writes Robert W. Fernandez, who has helped develop a grassroots program to do so.
They come and go, waxing and waning as regularly as pedagogical trends, but they can have significant impacts, writes Zachary Michael Jack.
Higher ed staff need to be nimble, flexible and creative about their careers, and that may call for moving into a totally different role or field, writes Georgia Westbrook.
Rohene Bouajram presents five key strategies to nurture graduate students for flourishing careers.
It impacts the career success of Black faculty and staff, with lighter-skinned candidates more likely to be hired and promoted, writes Domonique E. Noel.
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