Meet the next generation of social-media-savvy graduate studentsBuilding an online space to highlight your academic work will help you come job search time.
Graduate journals are more than just a first shot at publishingWriting articles helps improve your writing style, teaches how to become an effective peer reviewer and builds leadership skills.
Going back to university – in ScotlandA master’s degree was always on my to-do list. Now, here I am.
Careers Café: The only 3 skills graduate students need to learnA guest post by Isaiah Hankel, author and consultant at The Cheeky Scientist.
From PhD to Life: Transition Q & A: Emily Simmons"Since I’ve taken this post-academic job, I’ve treated the end of my relationship with academia as a literal break-up," Emily Simmons told Jennifer Polk.
The Black Hole: Publishing pressures taking away the joys of scienceIf scientists continue to rely on a pre-publication peer review system, then we simply must improve the reviewing process, says Brianne Kent.
Speculative Diction: Break the binders - Gender, media, & women's "choices"Melonie Fullick responds to Steve Paikin's recent blog post about the lack of female experts on his TV show, The Agenda.
A short walk down memory lane before the Internet.
Contract faculty and the union
Working with your faculty association can reap rewards.
A former coach pleads for Canadian universities to retain their much better model of inter-collegiate sport.
Publish in Nature or perish.