The writer of this post is dean at a public liberal-arts-and-science college in the Midwest. S/he has spent a career in public higher education at comprehensive and baccalaureate campuses in a number of instructional and administrative … [Read more...] about How to Apply for a Dean Position (A Guest Post in the form of an interview)
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by Karen Carodozo My last post discussed the socially constructed and gendered Confidence Trouble that many women experience, largely from a disinclination to take risks and a fear of being disliked. Following on this, Kay and Shipman note the … [Read more...] about EnGendering Confidence: Part 3 (Cardozo #Postac Post)
One on One. Face to Face. ~~~~~~ Like you, we have faced the gauntlet of stressful academic social interactions: the preparation insecurity of the Skype interview; the performance anxiety of the campus visit; the abject terror of the … [Read more...] about Skype Intervention Services
Dr. Karen Cardozo offers a 3-part series on developing new ways to "track" unexpected opportunities as you pursue your post-ac transition. She draws from the work of Martha Beck, which I also love. I know this kind of wooey Oprah-talk will alienate … [Read more...] about Finding Inner Conviction – Part I of 3 (Cardozo)
A number of clients have asked me for a post on phone and Skype interviews, and I'm happy to oblige. There are some tricks of the trade for this kind of interview that can very helpful to know. Now, the standard preparation for interviews of … [Read more...] about Rocking the Phone/Skype Interview
(Thursday Post Category---Here's How You Get Tenure) This is a Special Request Post for Joan. She wishes to know how to create a tenure portfolio. While every tenure process differs slightly by campus, and you should confirm all expectations with … [Read more...] about Here’s What Goes in Your Tenure Portfolio–A Special Request Post
"I think this is the final revision of our last document? What a journey. I was just comparing the docs we've worked on to the ones I submitted last year. The difference is stunning. Thank you a thousand times for all the guidance. I've learned so … [Read more...] about Testimonials
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#Dispatches From the Frontlines series crowdsources questions to get a broad indication of how our readers are coping with various challenges. The question this week: How many jobs are open in your field this year, and what do you plan to do–hang … [Read more...] about #Dispatches: How Many Jobs In Your Field & What Will You Do? (Part II)
By Jennie NashJennie Nash is the founder and CEO of Author Accelerator, a company on a mission to raise the bar on book coaching. Learn more about becoming a coach at bookcoaches.com/theprofessorisin and join Jennie and me for an informational … [Read more...] about What if You Could Teach Only Your Favorite Students? – Postac Guest Post