Productivity Tuesday: “Unstuck Has Been Transformative”

By Kellee Weinhold, TPII Productivity Coach Welcome to the Productivity Post! Each(ish) Tuesday, I share some of the ideas and strategies that inform my coaching in UNSTUCK: The Art of Productivity*. Sometimes, I even record a coaching session! (This is … Continue reading

Careering Toward Authenticity – #Postac Post by Karen Cardozo

by Karen Cardozo Here is a sentence I never thought I’d say: I was tenured and promoted (in April 2017, to Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts). Now, here is another I never imagined … Continue reading

How To Apply for Your Second Job

[Updated July 2017.] Today is a Special Request Post for Matt, who wishes to know the ins and outs of applying for a second tenure track job.   That is to say, how to apply for a job when you … Continue reading

Productivity – Where To Find It?

CORRECTION: SIGN UP DEADLINE FOR UNSTUCK: THE ART OF PRODUCTIVITY IS WEDNESDAY 5/24 AT MIDNIGHT PACIFIC TIME. Kellee and I just got back from our 3 1/2 week speaking tour of Ireland, Scotland, and England. We visited University of Manchester, … Continue reading

You Need a Refueling Stop – Productivity Tips from Kellee Weinhold

Academic writing is an idea-fueled system. In other words, to produce a piece of writing, we go to our ideas, shaping them into a form that has never existed before in the history of time. What this means is, you … Continue reading

Written/Unwritten: Diversity and the Hidden Truths of Tenure – Guest Post

By Patricia Matthew Patricia Matthew is an associate professor of English at Montclair State University.  She is writing a book about representations of the body and the discourse of disease and illness in Romantic-era fiction. She is the co-editor of … Continue reading

Asking to Speak to Other People of Color on a Campus Visit

Today’s post is adapted from an email followup from a client, who wanted to report back to me her experience as a black female job candidate on a campus visit.  In a webinar this client had asked whether or not … Continue reading