On the Interview Trail While Pregnant or Pumping

Scientist Mom, PhD

Tips on how to manage marathon academic job interviews while pregnant or pumping

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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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Feather Your Nest: Best Academic Life Hacks & Advice Blog Contest

The Edge for Scholars

Share academic life hacks for a chance to win gift cards to feather your academic nest as your flock returns.

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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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2021 Gifts for New Doctors

Helen Bird

From tasty effervescence to notebooks for Nobel-winning throughts, here are the top 15 gifts for celebrating phase transitions.

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Tools for Making Progress in Academic Life

Stacey Satchell, PCC, MSEd, MA

“I feel stuck!" - this is a common refrain I hear from graduate students and postdocs, alike. 

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Tune Your When, How Much, and What in Your Days

Steven Weissenburger, M.Ed.

You can have balance, productivity, and meaning when you know how to tune the when, how much, and what of your activities.

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10 Tips for Supervising Research Interns

Evelyne Deplazes, PhD

Supervising students is one of my favourite part of my academic life. Some tips for those new to supervising undergraduate research interns

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Working with the Kids at Home? Tips from an Experienced Parent

Sara Myers, PhD

Working remotely with kids a reality for many parents. Women with children have lost about an hour of research time per day. #virtualconferenceseason

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What's Your Water?

Lucile Wrenshall, MD, PhD

As we come to the end of 2020, it's a time to reflect on lots of things, including our water.

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