2021 Gifts to Inspire Future Scientists

Helen Bird

Spark a career path or inspire creativity with these Edge-tastic STEM gifts for future scientists.

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More Friendly Advice: When Rejection Isn’t Really Rejection

Vicky Morgan, PhD

When rejection isn’t really rejection – more friendly advice from your NIH grant reviewer I know you’ve heard it, too – “Not Discussed” means you should toss that idea in …

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Fighting Rejection, Reggae-Style: Three Little Reviewers

Rachel Bonami, PhD

Read on for "Bouncing back from rejection" tips, reggae-style.

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Growing Stronger in the Face of Rejection: Roundup

Rebecca Helton, MA

Perspectives on managing the emotional fallout and using rejection to improve your work.

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Navigating Academic Relationships

Stacey Satchell, PCC, MSEd, MA

The bedrock of any good relationship – whether academic or otherwise – is clear communication and aligning expectations.

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Overheard at Ground Level: Fresh Brewed Mentoring

The Edge for Scholars

Collected pearls from office hours with senior mentors and leaders.

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Considerations for Inclusive Support of International Students

Christina Yao, PhD

As we all know, the past year has been a contentious time in the United States, including an ongoing health pandemic, continuous racial conflicts, and global political conflicts. As such, …

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Feminist Mentors Can be Misogynist Colleagues

N_ Cyclical, PhD

As my career progresses, even as I gain power, it is becoming harder, not easier, to be a woman in science.

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Staying Mentally Well in Academia is a Balancing Act

Evelyne Deplazes, PhD

In this post I reflect on what helps me to stay mentally well while forging a career in academia. Part of a series on mental health.

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Choosing What to Do or Not to Do on the Job

Sara Myers, PhD

What would happen if we stopped doing the things we are told we ought to do but don’t want to do?

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