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BY FRED DONNELLY | SEP 10 2007

This is a useful book for anyone in the academic world and more so for those in the early stages of a scholarly career. Now expanded and updated for its third edition, The Academic’s Handbook began as a colloquium at Duke University some 20 years ago. The editors of the current edition are A. Leigh […]

BY JEFF OSWEILER | SEP 10 2007

Marketing your transferable skills for employment beyond academia

BY HELEN KNOLL | SEP 10 2007

For junior professors, finding a mentor means not being afraid to ask

BY MEGAN BURNETT | SEP 10 2007

Expert advice on how to work toward your best TA’ship

BY KEL MORIN-PARSON | AUG 07 2007

All about the granting program that most scholarly presses can’t publish your book without

BY G. PATRICK ONEILL + ROBIN P. NORRIS | AUG 07 2007

Two authors of a recent Canadian volume on scholarly writing offer solid advice on building a solid academic bibliography

BY SABINE HIKEL | AUG 07 2007

From would-be linguist to TV producer

BY ROSANNA TAMBURRI | JUN 04 2007

Help in a hurry for your grant proposals

BY CYNTHIA WESTON + JULIE TIMMERMANS | JUN 04 2007

How to document your pedagogical profile

BY KÄTHE LEMON | JUN 04 2007

How to wrestle your dissertation to the mat

BY RAYMOND F. CURRIE | APR 10 2007

How to manage faculty burnout

BY CAROLYN STEELE | APR 10 2007

Academic networking for the neophyte

BY TIM JOHNSON | MAR 12 2007

The pros and cons of projects beyond the professoriate

BY KÄTHE LEMON | MAR 12 2007

Having good mentors can make a huge impact on what happens in your academic career, particularly your progress through graduate school

BY HELEN KNOLL | FEB 12 2007

Time management tips on the tenure track

BY JEFF OSWEILER | FEB 12 2007

Strategies for success in your postdoc

BY JEFF OSWEILER | FEB 12 2007

How to find your first postdoctoral fellowship

BY DEVIN CRAWLEY | JAN 15 2007

Quick takes on making quick work of your bibliography

BY ADAM CHAPNICK | DEC 04 2006

Some research-based advice on how to write them correctly

BY RAYMOND F. CURRIE | DEC 04 2006

An experienced administrator reflects on the realities and rewards of his role