Saturday, September 30, 2017
Younger faculty members, especially those with less than full tenure want to let their colleagues know that they are smart and insightful. Yet, they may be hesitant to speak up at faculty gatherings for fear of asking a question or raising a point that may hurt their reputation.
At the Chronicle of Higher Education, Karen Kelsky offer good advice. She provides a list of types of questions that will make you look good and not seem dumb.
You can access her advice here.