Interviewing Do's and Don'ts (from Those Who've Seen It All)

Rebecca Helton, MA

Two department chairs and a vice chair for faculty affairs share how to put your best foot forward in the faculty interview.

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A Missed Opportunity: NASEM Summit on Preventing Sexual Harassment

Teresa Swanson, PhD

I attended the 2019 NASEM Summit on Preventing Sexual Harassment in Higher Education

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Summer Research for Undergraduates

Halima Moncrieffe, PhD

Paid options for USA-based undergrads to kickstart a research career.

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5 Steps For Effective Communication In The International Workplace

Halima Moncrieffe, PhD

How should we best interact with our global team to create a positive environment?

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Civil Discourse and Medicine: The Connection

The Edge for Scholars

Being non-judgmental, embracing curiosity, asking lots of questions, and listening respectfully make us better physicians.

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How to Be Heard by Legislators

Katherine Hartmann, MD, PhD

The NIH budget is not final. Contact your representatives about programs you value & the need for increased investigator-initiated funding.

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Towards New Paradigms in Scientific Publishing

Double Docs

New approaches can move more research output into the public sphere.

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38 On-Line Services to Outsource Your Chores

Helen Bird

Life happens. Here are 38 online services to help when the going gets rough.

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Knock Your Next Grant Out of the Park

The Edge for Scholars

Write more persuasive grants that earn better scores, starting November 18.

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One-Minute Writing Tuneup: Energize Your Words with Active Voice

Rebecca Helton, MA

Sentence after sentence in passive voice is wordy, invites errors such as dangling modifiers, and grates on readers' nerves.

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