In conversation with Cathy Keates, author of Not for sale! Why we need a new job search mindset
An interview with John ApSimon, interim executive director, Ontario Council on Graduate Studies
An interview with Gary Slater, dean of graduate and postdoctoral studies, University of Ottawa
Your website is how you attract scholarly talent to your research program; so why are you letting it languish?
Four steps to make your presence felt online
An interview with Dan Russell, research scientist at Google
An interview with Martin Kreiswirth, dean of graduate studies, McGill University
Interviewing for jobs in private industry is a piece of cake, if you know what’s expected of you
Five tips to impress your audience and get the most out of your presentation
Scholarly publishers say expect major revisions to your dissertation
Staying Human during Residency Training author Allan D. Peterkin discusses his book
Give your students the gift of a better lecture
Five practical tips to help you beat academic culture shock
Six best practices for supervisors, students and supervisory committees
Kevin Hutchings is a professor of English literature at University of Northern British Columbia, as well as a Canada Research Chair in Romantic Studies. He has also produced a CD of music set to the poetry of English poet William Blake (which you can listen to a sampling of here; and, read more about here).
Recognizing the five stages of academic culture shock
What female scholars need to know to get a faculty job in academia
Half the battle in getting your book manuscript or revised dissertation published is choosing the right publisher
I’ve begun to doubt the value of professional development in favour of the school of hard knocks.
New research explains gender-specific barriers to academic success