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Let’s Finally Tackle the Problem of Pay Inequity

Higher ed must go beyond buzz words and stop hiding behind performative equity, which does not create change, writes Rochelle Sennet. 

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We See You, Student Parents

Alex Rockey recommends eight principles for transforming academic access for them through mobile-friendly courses.

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A Primer for Prepping for Tenure Review

Kate Vacek and Letitia Henville offer tips for academics who've just landed their first tenure-track job about how to advance and succeed.

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The Problem With Participation Grades (and How To Solve It)

The benefits are well documented but the practice can be subjective and prone to instructor biases, warns Anna Broadbent.

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Ensuring International Students’ Career Success

Sherry Wang and Merab Mushfiq offer several strategies to help international students overcome the challenges their North American peers don’t confront as often.

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Negotiating in a Protest Encampment

George R. Boggs shares what he learned years ago that remains relevant now, as well insights from today's context that he wish he'd known then.

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A Challenge for TAs: Establishing Boundaries

Many teaching assistants feel tension between the demands of teaching and honoring their own personal and professional needs, writes Ed Himelblau.

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Immediate Conversations Required

Peter Eckel and Rob Farrell advise presidents on how best to engage boards during the campus upheavals over the Middle East conflict.