14 septembre 2019

Graduate Students Need to Think Differently About Time

HomeJames M. Van Wyck recommends that Ph.D. students make at least three mental shifts about time as they negotiate graduate school. More...

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In Praise of the Humble Email

HomeThanks to the efforts of the software salesforce, almost every request a faculty member used to make simply and in seconds is now unnecessarily complicated, argues Jacqueline Foertsch. More...

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Presenting Your Research to an Industry Audience

HomeFrancine Mahak discusses the different context and expectations of such an audience and offers practical tips for graduate students. More...

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The Importance of Validating Faculty Research

HomeFar too often, researchers’ scholarly and creative achievements simply become lines on curriculum vitae, argue Scott Slovic and Janet E. Nelson, who offer recommendations for change. More...

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The Faculty Lounge

HomeAcademe’s devolution into online and contingent labor has already caused many changes to the college work environment. More...

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We Must Save Independent Student Newsrooms

HomeColleges should provide no-strings-attached support for the perspective that student journalists offer -- even if it is occasionally uncomfortable to read, Diane McFarlin andFrank LoMonte argue. More...

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The Affordable Online Degree Emerges

HomeWilliam Kuskin on what we can learn from the Rolling Stones about the new genre of scaled education. More...

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We Need to Talk About Authorship Abuse

HomeThe academic community must move beyond compliance with standards and toward the cultivation of a greater sense of ethical responsibility, argue A. Susan Jurow and Jordan Jurow. More...

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Evaluating the Genuine Fake

HomeScott McLemee reviews Lydia Pyne's Genuine Fakes: How Phony Things Teach Us About Real Stuff. More...

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The Evolving Role of the University Registrar

HomeMatthew Pittinsky explores what the rise of academic computing teaches us about a 500-year-old position that could increasingly transform higher education. More...

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