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Marta Tienda Named Next President of AAPSS
Announcements
April 13, 2021

Marta Tienda Named Next President of AAPSS

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Journal Reviewers Can Help Ensure Indigenous Scholars Are Heard
Higher Education Reform
April 12, 2021

Journal Reviewers Can Help Ensure Indigenous Scholars Are Heard

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Quick Tips on Being an Ethical Co-Writer
Communication
April 2, 2021

Quick Tips on Being an Ethical Co-Writer

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Online Roundtable: What it Means to be an Early Career Researcher as a Woman of Color
Announcements
March 15, 2021

Online Roundtable: What it Means to be an Early Career Researcher as a Woman of Color

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Watch the Archived Webinar: Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it

Watch the Archived Webinar: Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it

“Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it,” answered three main questions: How can you get published in an academic journal (whether an early career researcher or veteran)? How can you promote your publications? And how should you think about measuring impact?

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UK’s Campaign for Social Science Seeks Senior Campaign Manager

UK’s Campaign for Social Science Seeks Senior Campaign Manager

Britain’s Academy of Social Sciences is seeking a pro-active, experienced and thoughtful senior campaign manager to take responsibility for developing and delivering […]

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‘Suck it Up’ is Not The Right Answer to an Avalanche of Rejection

‘Suck it Up’ is Not The Right Answer to an Avalanche of Rejection

Persistent rejection by academic arbiters – whether journals, grant makers or employers – is problematic, and focusing on the individual academic is not the whole solution

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How Can We Strengthen the Academic Pipeline?

How Can We Strengthen the Academic Pipeline?

While Americans have a long way to go until U.S. higher education accurately reflects the country it inhabits and honestly depicts that road that got us here, below are eight organizations working to strengthen the academic pipeline right now.

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How Are You Really Doing? Asks Survey of Researchers

How Are You Really Doing? Asks Survey of Researchers

The reality regarding the current mental state of researchers around the world is explored in a comprehensive new survey.

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Leith Mullings, 1945-2020: Anthropologist Behind the Sojourner Syndrome

Leith Mullings, 1945-2020: Anthropologist Behind the Sojourner Syndrome

Leith Mullings, an anthropologist whose work on what she dubbed the Sojourner Syndrome created a baseline understanding of the “weathering” that the amplified stresses of race, class, and inequality have on African Americans, and in particular African American women, died on Cancer on December 12.

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Thinking of Taking an Academic Job in China? Let’s Talk About ‘De-coupling’ and the ‘China Bubble’

Thinking of Taking an Academic Job in China? Let’s Talk About ‘De-coupling’ and the ‘China Bubble’

To what extent do the realities of social research in China live up to the favorable image created by job ads on academic recruitment sites?

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Stale to Stellar: The Truth Behind Creating an Engaging Webinar

Stale to Stellar: The Truth Behind Creating an Engaging Webinar

What makes a webinar presentation feel stale? You probably know ’em when you experience ’em. But how do you escape that trap in your own presentation, Echo Rivera is here to help …

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