How to build a project management system that fits your real, messy, and embodied life—including how to stop doing what isn’t working.
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How faculty can reframe office hours to ensure a transformative effect on students, faculty, and the culture of academia more broadly.
From choosing a meeting frequency to figuring what kind of feedback members would benefit most from, here’s what to consider when starting a writing group.
How to set holistic, compassionate, and social justice-oriented new year resolutions for writers that help you get your projects done.
Learn strategies to manage the end-of-term crunch with energy to spare, avoid burnout, and lay the groundwork for a relaxing and productive winter break.
Learn how to articulate academic service priorities to yourself and colleagues and say no and yes in ways that align with your values and support your career.
Tips on how to organize your computer desktop, including building a file system that works for you, and utilizing your task bar and trash folder.
Practical techniques for taking notes that ensure you can find, understand, expand, and use them later in your various projects.
Learn how to foster intellectual community in academic workplaces using reading and writing groups, engaging mentorship, and other strategies.
How to get started with interdisciplinary oral history, including researching formats, finding training, and critically reflecting on power dynamics.
Learn how to move to a new city, settle in, and make any place feel like home—no matter how contingent the position or temporary the stay.
Strategies and tactics for improving mental health in academia by providing resources to students, faculty, and staff and prioritizing wellness.