We Want YOU to Post on Edge for Scholars. Here's How.

Rebecca Helton

Got a great idea, read a cool book, want to share a link or ask a question? Awesome! You're smart enough to figure it out on your own, but if you want screenshots, we've got 'em.

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Negotiating for Your First Academic Position

William Cooper, MD, MPH

You've just received your first job offer! Here's how to proceed in a way that gives you the greatest likelihood of success.

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Abstract Roundup, Yee-Haw!

Aimee Edgeworth, BA Creative Writing, AA Social Behavioral Sciences

Saddle up for this week's writing roundup featuring helpful resources for writing an abstract.

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NIAAA Steps Up with Great Addiction Outreach Tool

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Scientists & clinicians studying alcoholism now have an amazing resource they can recommend for alcohol information and treatment. ✔︎ it out

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What You Should Expect from Mentors

The Edge for Scholars

Practical advice from four senior mentors on what you should expect and what you should do in return.

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Salvage Your Unfunded Grant with an OnPAR Submission

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Good news, scientists! There's a quick and easy way to take your 'close but not quite fundable' grant and turn it into $$. OnPAR offers help.

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Pending Budget Plan Spells Big Trouble for Higher Education

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

The GOP tax plan means big changes for Higher Education with graduate students and faculty feeling the crunch.

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So You Want to Be a Leader

Rebecca Helton

“I could run this place better!” We’ve all said it about something. But what if you really could?

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Overlapping Rules for Horror Movies and Research

Sam Gannon, EdD

Note: some are really only helpful if we add the words “in the lab” to the rule.

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Tips for Cultivating a National/International Reputation

Women on Track

A strong reputation doesn't happen on its own. You have to build it. Here's how.

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Helping When You Have No Answers

David Sacks, PhD

Sometimes a member of your team will have a problem you can’t solve with facts or advice. You can still help them. Empathy is the key.

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