My purpose is not to scare you, but to summarize the reality of the present economic climate for young scientists.
Despite some concerns, a liberal arts degree is still the best preparation for a rewarding career.
New book describes how historians are using longitudinal analysis to shed light on our collective past.
Residences compete to see which building can conserve the most.
Adam Jones wrestles with the worst that humans can inflict on each other yet remains an optimist.
Grad students are looking for university support to help prepare them for careers outside the professoriate.
Stories of six unfinished mandates raise concerns about governance.
The philosophy prof shares how her rape influences her scholarly work on trauma and inspired an award-winning memoir.
An alt-ac career is not the traditional route for a PhD, but it’s not shameful.
Outgoing principal of Brescia University College Colleen Hanycz reflects on challenges facing women’s colleges.
It can be done, with some effort, says a panel at this year’s Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The importance of mentorship in graduate education
Broadening the role of humanities education is laudable. How we get there is another matter.