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Focus on Leadership

We have all heard stories about inspirational leaders and what they have achieved but what is your leadership story? Whether you are just starting out or have been in a leadership position for many years there are always areas for improvement. 286 more words

meet Vitae // I'm Going to Jamaica!!

No, really. I’m going to Jamaica!

How this project came about/What it is/Backstory….

Since I’ve been back in the States, something I’ve had to work almost every week is being  2,396 more words


Power to the post-doc: the role of Research Staff Associations

Post-doc life can be a strange existence. Tied to short, fixed-term contracts and those with academic ambitions expected to move from place-to-place, post-docs are by very nature a transitory species. 898 more words


Don't just write a teaching philosophy... paint a picture.

Writing a thoughtful and compelling statement of teaching philosophy is hard. It’s crucially important, and not merely for securing a faculty position, or making your case in a faculty review for tenure, promotion or merit. 1,652 more words

Chronicle Of Higher Education

Establish yourself as a Researcher

Establishing yourself as a researcher: A post-pilot reflection

On the way home from the #vitae14 (@Vitae_news) conference to Cardiff and as much as I wanted to enjoy the Midland’s countryside I also felt the urge to write about a recent researcher development event that myself and a colleague Researcher Developer from UWE facilitated on September 1st . 1,232 more words

Professional Development

Real Estate Agent Curriculum Vitae

Together with the condition of the market looking promising, most people would be looking to get a location of our own. A lot of times the only real one who profits via an open house is the broker, although keeping an open house is a great method to entice potential buyers. 727 more words

"Desirable Difficulties", Part 2 (or a retroactive Part 1?)

Not much to add from yesterday’s post, except to point you toward another great discussion of the pedagogical opportunities provided by “desirable difficulties.” This time, … 1,014 more words

Teaching Tips: The Classroom