Advice for those looking to join an academic labGood students are hard to find.
Video: The three skills employers seek outThese are the main skills that non-academic and academic employers are seeking out in potential candidates.
How to make an original contribution to knowledge"The thesis can address small gaps within saturated research areas."
Careers Café: Uncover your strengths in two easy steps!Normally, if there’s something seemingly simple and time-limited that might be useful, we find endless reasons to avoid it says Liz Koblyk.
Speculative Diction: Rank and FileRankings too often assist in producing and reinforcing the same hierarchies of merit that they appear merely to describe, says Melonie Fullick.
The Black Hole: Building bridges between basic science and public interestScientists should be required to communicate their research to the lay public that funds them.
From PhD to Life: Recognizing your own good work is hard!It feels weird seeing your accomplishments written out, but we need to acknowledge them in order to keep moving forward, says Jennifer Polk.
A plan to double the number of Canadians winning international awards
That’s the aim of a new initiative chaired by Canada’s Governor-General.
Tips on surviving “Chronic Adjunctivitis”
Workplace culture involves you, too.
The upcoming program reform represents an immense opportunity for those who are still reeling from SSHRC’s 2009 decision to carve out new success at CIHR.
A new form of collaboration is evident in applied research institutes in Ontario.