How the tenure process is like a pie-eating contest at the county fair and what that says about service labor in higher education.
How mid-career faculty can prioritize the academic service requests that are most important to them while balancing their time.
Why the publisher of your first book might not necessarily be the best fit for your second book and how to find the press that is.
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.
How to find and seize career opportunities related to teaching, writing, and mentorship to boost your career within or beyond academia.
Prepping your materials for tenure review is time consuming and stressful. But it is much easier if you keep things organized as you go. Here’s how.
Choosing a press for your first book can feel intimidating; here’s what to consider so you can find the right fit.
What makes for a great academic book proposal? Learn what publishers looking for and how to make your proposal stand out from the crowd.