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Can parents and carers networks help make academia more humane?


The way parents and carers come together and support each other is very good news for academia. The post Can parents and carers networks help make academia more humane? Mark Gatto and Ana Lopes have done the research. appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Why Reading ‘Unscripted’ Will Make You Happy You Chose Academia

Inside Higher Ed

Why Reading ‘Unscripted’ Will Make You Happy You Chose Academia Featured Image at Top of Article Redstone Cover.jpg… Wed, 04/26/2023 - 12:01 AM

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Run Toward the Incident: Collaboration between Academia and Law Enforcement for Cybersecurity


Collaboration and partnership between academia and law enforcement can bring about positive contributions for future research and activities in cybersecurity.

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Buried Alive: The (Un) told Stories of Black Women in Academia

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The hashtag, which continues to grow each day and has turned into an independent Twitter account, has spotlighted the ways academia has persistently excluded and alienated Black academics (at all levels; across all genders). Brandy Jones is a Ph.D.

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Navigating chronic illness in academia: An early career perspective


This blog is part of a series HEPI is running with the British Academy on the changing face of academia. . With administrative, teaching and research pressures mounting in academia generally, large proportions of academics report feeling overworked and emotionally drained. Career Progression. What Works and What Would Help.

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Conference Prepares Grad Students for Careers in Academia

Insight Into Diversity

More than 100 graduate students of color from 18 institutions gathered at Northern Illinois University (NIU) in February for the eighth annual Preparing Future Faculty of Color Conference , which strives to demystify having a career in academia. This article was published in our April 2023 issue.

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Scholars Discuss Advantages and Pitfalls of Social Media in Academia

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Social media, namely Twitter, can provide scholars a platform on which they can engage with various individuals within and outside of academia, potentially those who otherwise would not have access to the scholars’ work, said panelist Dr. Laila McCloud, an assistant professor of educational leadership and counseling at Grand Valley State University.