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Why the Emotional Aspects of Learning Matter

Confronting our discomfort with learning’s affective domain will help us deal with the widespread hangover of the pandemic that remains a barrier to students’ classroom engagement, writes Angela Bauer.

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Getting Staff Relations Right

Given high-profile labor actions and the continuing wave of retirements across higher ed, among other issues, the stakes have rarely been higher, writes Laurie Fenlason.

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Overcoming Your Career Exploration Fears: Part 2

Eric Vaughn and Chris Smith advise on how to execute a plan that helps you advance toward your career goals.

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Is Academia a Dream Killer?

Jennifer M. Gómez describes the crucial role dreamstorming can play in moving from liberatory thought to liberating action in higher education.

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Academic Hybrid Positions and the F Word

As administrative scholars become more prominent across campuses, who should be considered capital-F Faculty, Chelsea Brislin asks, and what opportunities should be extended to them?

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A Wish List for New Faculty 

As the academic year begins, Karlyn Crowley, a university provost, offers some thoughts to professors at the start of their careers.

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The Pressing Need for Solidarity

Faculty members can learn from the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes by actors and writers about supporting those who are more vulnerable in academe, write Rebecca McKanna, Colleen E. Wynn and Elizabeth Ziff.

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Overcoming Your Career Exploration Fears: Part I

In this first of two pieces, Chris Smith and Eric Vaughn provide a framework for future success, highlighting the benefits of engaging with yourself and others.