10 strategies for surviving the tenure track

05/6/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Faculty members should be more like peanut butter -- rather than peanut brittle -- to survive the stress of seeking tenure, writes Mary Kirk, a professor at Metropolitan State University Minnesota. That means faculty should learn strategies to develop physical and emotional resiliency, she explains. In addition, they should focus on strengths, make friends in other departments, know their department's requirements for research and publishing, and be strategic about publishing and presentations, Kirk writes.

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