Indiana State is dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge while maintaining its longstanding commitment to inclusiveness, community and public service, and access to higher education. We integrate teaching, research, and creative activity in an engaging, challenging, and supportive learning environment to prepare productive citizens of the world.
TypePublic , Four or more years
NAAV assists the severely wounded warriors, especially single parent service members, military caregivers, disabled veterans and their families by helping them access their benefits, improving communications and coordination for veterans and collaborating among health agencies, medical professional, organizations, educational organization and the general public.Less
NHRA is a network of local affiliates focused on advancing the development of human resource professionals. NHRA strives to support human resource professionals throughout their career life cycle. The mission of NHRA is to serve and support our affiliates in providing networking forums and professional development for their members.Less
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Very few of the job descriptions on HigherEdJobs mention “checking email,” and yet most of us are spending nearly a third of our time reading and answering emails. Some reply to emails immediately while others are reluctant, taking several days to answer. Still, other people avoid it for weeks and some never reply at all, preferring to focus on more important or "deep work." If you're struggling to get your real work done due to email, consider these strategies to increase efficiency.
What should you do when you lose a job you loved due to a lay-off, a re-org, or new management? Regardless of the reason, losing a job that suited you so well can be profoundly unsettling. It's okay to have a period of mourning, but remember, you're well-prepared to find that fit again somewhere else -- because you know what the ideal leadership, culture, and role look like for you. Consider the steps in this guide for finding a new position you can love as much as the one you lost.
These days, taking or changing jobs in higher education is not a move for the risk-averse. With several small colleges closing due to financial troubles in the past couple of years, we didn't need Moody's "negative outlook" to tell us the industry is struggling. This trend has left many higher education job seekers feeling uncertain about their next career moves. However, with the right precautionary measures, you can make an educated decision about a potential employer.