Easy and accessible self-care suggestions to help you feel physically and emotionally nourished at the end of the semester.
By Alexandra Sastre
Grading is one of the most challenging, thankless, and important parts of teaching. Here’s how to tackle that stack of assignments.
Why boundaries in academia are so important for work life balance and how to set and protect them amidst the hustle bustle of academic life.
How to write a letter of recommendation for a student, including where to begin, what to include, and how to follow up.
How doctoral students can use their degree to prepare themselves for post-ac, non-ac, or alt-ac careers in a variety of industries.
Tips for finding mentors to help you succeed within and beyond academia, as well as keeping those relationships strong over time.
Our favorite books on writing: the writing guides that help us think critically, move us, and embolden us to imagine otherwise.
How can we practice mindfulness amidst the hustle and bustle of academic life? Start with focusing your attention on where you are right now and how you’re feeling.
Lately, there’s been much ado about trigger warnings. Some have argued that they are a crucial to establish a safe, accessible classrooms for diverse students; others have framed them as a threat to educational integrity. But what exactly are trigger warnings and how can they foster safe(r) spaces of learning?
Practical tips for dynamic classroom discussions, including how to encourage communication and create a supportive classroom environment for learning.
How to fold writing into your daily life through writing routines and rituals that fit where, when, and how you think and write best.
How to convert a CV into a resume highlighting the valuable skills you’ve developed in academia and your fit for diverse jobs.
Self care strategies to build intellectual and spiritual community, shape a creative practice, and navigate the emotional ups and downs of academic life.
Interdisciplinary research requires a tremendous amount of creativity, mess and play, especially in its early stages. Here’s how to start brainstorming.
How to find and use a great work space that gives you energy, inspiration, and the conditions you need to do your best work.