Always Have a Side Hustle, and Other Lessons I Learned from Academia – Guest Post

I am delighted to offer another guest post contributed in response to my recent call for contributions to the blog by black women and other women of color. Dr. Nneka D. Dennie is a Consortium for Faculty Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow and … Continue reading

A Provost Leaves Academia, Part IV – The Transition

This is the fourth and final installment in the #Postac series, “A Provost Leaves Academia,” by Dr. Terri Givens. Dr. Terri Givens is a consultant in higher ed, and soon to be former provost at Menlo College. She has been … Continue reading

A Provost Leaves Academia: A #Postac Post

Dr. Terri Givens is a consultant in higher ed, and soon to be former provost at Menlo College. She has been a professor at the University of Washington and University of Texas at Austin, and is the proud mother of … Continue reading

They’re Not Quitting! Reclaiming a Genre – a #Postac Guest Post

KK:  I encountered Ian Saxine’s writing on Facebook and invited him to submit a guest post.  I am delighted that he has.  I encourage you to read and share this. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by Ian Saxine, Ph.D. Ian Saxine is a Visiting … Continue reading

Claiming Your “Body of Work” – #Postac Post by Karen Cardozo

by Karen Cardozo My philosophy of “careering” through life rather than settling on “a” career has been informed not only by years of academic contingency combined with a personality type that thrives on change, but also by my work with … Continue reading

Laid Off From the Tenure Track – a Guest Post

Stephanie Hinnershitz is currently an assistant professor in the Department of History at Cleveland State University in Ohio where she specializes in U.S. immigration history. Her first book, Race, Religion, and Civil Rights, was published by Rutgers University Press in … Continue reading