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Category: Scholar at Large

How to “conference” creatively for professional and intellectual growth

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education

Molly Appel, PhD, shares how conferences can provide scholars at any level, and with any title, the opportunity to “learn new tricks.”

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Bringing alt-ac lessons to the tenure track

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education

In this post, Molly Appel, PhD, shares her hopes, dreams, and wisdom as she begins her first job as a tenure-track faculty member at Nevada State College.

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Embracing the “alt” of academia: how departments can prepare job seekers for an inclusive humanities job market

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education | Interfolio's Dossier

This blog post continues our series, Scholar at Large, written by an academic, on how academic departments can prepare job seekers for an inclusive humanities job market.

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Five places to explore careers outside of the academy

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education | Interfolio's Dossier

This blog post continues our series, Scholar at Large, written by an academic on five places to explore careers outside of the academy.

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Recharging my job-seeking energy with Katina Rogers’s “Putting the Humanities Ph.D. to Work”

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education

This blog post continues our series, Scholar at Large, focusing on three guiding principles to recharge your job-seeking energy and efforts.

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Learning from an informational interview: how does a PhD enter the non-profit world?

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education

This post is the most recent exploration of how a PhD can explore the non-profit job market, while staying in touch with the traditional tenure-track.

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Three steps to stay in touch with the alternative academic job market

Scholar at Large | Topics in Higher Education

In this recent post, an academic on the job market examines the alternative academic job market with regards to her traditional path in academia.

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