Stoking the Research Fire: Three Views

Charles C. Self, Margaretha Geertsema-Sligh, Amy Schmitz Weiss
2012 American Journalism  
Most academics are fired up for research right after graduate school, but after a few years on the job, the flame might wane. Perhaps you are over-burdened with service or administration and can't imagine finding time for a research project. Budget cuts may have you feeling overworked or uninspired. Perhaps you've achieved your goal of becoming tenured and you wonder what comes next. The purpose of this collection of essays, presented originally at a 2011 midwinter conference, is to share ways to stoke a passion for research.
doi:10.1080/08821127.2012.10677822 fatcat:hholszy5uzfljifu2xeewos5pq