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BY TRISTRAM CHIVERS | April 15 2024

Instead of fully retiring, some institutions offer faculty the possibility of staying on with the institution as a faculty professor.

BY ELIZABETH WELLS | April 12 2024

If you find you are spending the bulk of your time putting out fires, you need to consider reasons behind them.

BY MEAGAN AUER | April 04 2024

Despite their good intentions, some interactions with our supervisors can cause feelings of stress, guilt and anxiety.

BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | April 02 2024

Nine active learning ideas to consider as you end the semester.

BY ELIZABETH WELLS | March 26 2024

This system allows you to compartmentalize in a way that most academics are not used to doing.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | March 25 2024

Why six former academics decided to launch themselves into the world of research grants support.

BY REINHART REITHMEIER & EMMANUELLE ARNAUD | March 19 2024

There are several details that should be finalized before you sign on to a faculty position.

BY GARRETT RICHARDS | March 18 2024

Building stakeholder partnerships from the beginning of a thesis project is a great way to inspire meaningful knowledge mobilization from student research.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | March 08 2024

This part of your manuscript should contain the appropriate content in the appropriate structure and also be convincing and easy to understand.

BY ELIZABETH WELLS | February 27 2024

The composition of this document gives you the opportunity to reflect on where you are going in your career and how you are feeling about your work.

BY REINHART REITHMEIER | February 23 2024

This position gives you a great opportunity to expand your leadership skills.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | February 20 2024

You should carefully consider word choices and sentence structures when you’ve got a high-stakes presentation to give.

BY ELIZABETH WELLS | January 26 2024

By removing yourself from familiar surroundings, you will be able to zero in on a particular task or project without all the usual distractions.

BY MARCO ROMAGNOLI | January 24 2024

Envisioning the PhD journey as three distinct stages: the marathon, the discourse and the compass.

BY LETITIA HENVILLE | January 23 2024

Four health research grants specialists share their top tips.

BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | January 16 2024

Effective listening is a valuable life and career skill that instructors can help students develop.

BY KAITIE JOURDEUIL & DAX D'ORAZIO | January 04 2024

Recognizing other forms of scholarly communication can provide more creative ways to generate and mobilize knowledge.

BY ALAN MARTINO | December 21 2023

Navigating academia with invisible disabilities.

BY LOLEEN BERDAHL | December 18 2023

Understanding research independence can help identify level-appropriate strategies for skill development.

BY DAVID ZITNER | December 14 2023

Remember that you have the right to ask questions and can disagree with a diagnosis.

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