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Seligman, Amanda I. – Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012
Landing a job in today's academic job market is no easy feat. Is graduate school the answer? This informed and candid book provides anyone thinking about pursuing an advanced degree--and those who support them--with the inside scoop on what to expect in graduate school. Amanda I. Seligman helps potential students navigate graduate study--not just…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Social Life, Residence Requirements, Labor Market
Trower, Cathy Ann – Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012
Landing a tenure-track position is no easy task. Achieving tenure is even more difficult. Under what policies and practices do faculty find greater clarity about tenure and experience higher levels of job satisfaction? And what makes an institution a great place to work? In 2005-2006, the Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education…
Descriptors: Employment Practices, Higher Education, Collegiality, College Faculty
Braxton, John M.; Proper, Eve; Bayer, Alan E. – Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011
A faculty member publishes an article without offering coauthorship to a graduate assistant who has made a substantial conceptual or methodological contribution to the article. A professor does not permit graduate students to express viewpoints different from her own. A graduate student close to finishing his dissertation cannot reach his…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Socialization, Role Models, Academic Rank (Professional)
Neumann, Anna – Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009
Research, teaching, service, and public outreach--all are aspects of being a tenured professor. But this list of responsibilities is missing a central component: actual scholarly learning--disciplinary knowledge that faculty teach, explore in research, and share with the academic community. How do professors pursue such learning when they must…
Descriptors: Research Universities, College Faculty, Tenure, Learning