A York University professor has coined the term “redirection” to reflect the new, emerging stage of one’s career that occurs after traditional retirement.
Many sessions addressed need for instructors and staff to be well prepared for work in increasingly diverse institutions.
Don’t forget the faculty.
Once you’ve raised enough money, it’s very important that you find a private incubator space.
By its actions, the country has shown its deep commitment to diversity, inclusivity and global citizenry.
Get ’em while they’re young, says David Kent.
This year’s online career conference for PhDs promises lots of helpful information for both the academic and non-academic job search.
What calls to action will we take on? And, how can student affairs not only fulfill but exceed these commitments and calls?
A guest post from Dr. Kellie Machlus, who asks the question: what processes can we set in place to guard against implicit bias and increase diversity in our ranks?
A study of tenure and tenure-track faculty in history and English departments.
“While ‘truthiness’ suggests at least a semblance of truth, ‘post-truth’ declares its utter obsolescence.”
Accessibility offices are encouraging students with autism to turn to their peers for support through university life.
At the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, attendees confront a new troubling reality
They lead to more stability and may force early career scientists to stop waiting to make that next “substantial” contribution.
The outgoing vice-provost, students, is taking up a new post at Sheridan College.
An expat explains how a temporary leave to study in the U.K. turned into a life abroad – and what the government could do to bring him back.
A frank discussion about open access publishing, Dr. Eve’s own Open Library for the Humanities, and what future he sees for the academic publishing industry.
The number of predatory publishers is skyrocketing – and they’re eager to pounce on unsuspecting scholars.