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June 2009, Vol. 26, No. 6

Most of us are conscientious about our grading and responses to student work. But too often we wonder if the responses we've labored over actually mean anything to our students.

April 2009, Vol. 26, No. 5

Mentoring has become a widely used element in the process of introducing a new generation of scholars to our campuses. But for the most part, campuses and departments have used a top-down model.

Special Salary Issue 2009, Vol. 26, No. 4

This year's salary issue of the Advocate looks at what has happened in positive and negative business cycles over the last 10 years to see how those ups and downs affect faculty salaries and the number of faculty members teaching in public colleges and universities.

February 2009, Vol. 26. No. 3

Most students are well-behaved and thoughtful of others. It's the ones who aren't that get the notice, require more than their rightful share of an instructor's time, and too often create an unpleasant class dynamic.

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