These are the main skills that non-academic and academic employers are seeking out in potential candidates.
“The thesis can address small gaps within saturated research areas.”
One academic’s experience running a campaign and joining a university council.
Making sure your digital brand aligns with your research and personality is key when applying to jobs.
Experts share advice on academic and non-academic career development.
Grad school is a good time to start exploring a career path in publishing.
Yes, the stress of work can be immense, but I’ve developed a few simple tricks to keep it under control.
Many professors are introverts, but teaching conferences don’t seem to recognize that fact.
Instant feedback is extremely valuable to a teacher, especially in larger classes. Classroom response systems or clickers help make this possible.
“Many international students genuinely need to reflect for a short period before answering a question.”
A master’s degree was always on my to-do list. Now, here I am.
Advice to help make sure you keep a good work-life balance.
Writing articles helps improve your writing style, teaches how to become an effective peer reviewer and builds leadership skills.
They are often hidden in plain sight.
This is a legitimate career option.
Building an online space to highlight your academic work will help you come job search time.
There are steps you can take to help combat it.
Why service should now be your number one priority.
How cultural intelligence helps students prepare for interactions with different cultures.
Tips on how to prepare the classroom for students from different cultures.