teaching

By Sharon Carnahan

Yesterday, I was tired. God, I was so tired and fed up with work. Squabbles, self-centered shirking, decisions made by cronies instead of qualified people, endless stacks of papers to grade, entitled students . . .

By Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Historian Jennifer Woodruff Tait and her professor husband see a critical need for the study of history, but find the modern academic system all but incompatible with family life.

By Kate Peterson

Pondering her pre-tenure review, an assistant professor considers what she might change and what she cannot change to meet expectations.

After Francis Su gave his lecture accepting the Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished Teaching of Mathematics, he had so many requests for the text that he shared it...

By Kate Peterson

An assistant professor in the humanities writes about her thoughts and prayers as she begins the new semester.

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