Let’s face it; academics move a LOT. Between my M.Sc. and my “permanent” job, I’ve moved 5 times.
/Archaeolonista/ this means the Fashionable Archaeologist. I grew up with an artist/interior designer mother and a musicologist father. In my youth, my dad would take me to operas and concerts and my mom would take me to museums, galleries, and fashion houses. So it is no wonder that my love for style became part of […]
Researchers sometimes find it difficult to carry out activities outside academic work where everything revolves around the sedentary slug of reading and writing.
Stylish Academics of the Month is where we celebrate members of our community who are excelling in their respective fields, as well as embracing their personal style. Stylish Academic is about defying stereotypes.
Do you sometimes feel like you are an unstylish academic or scholar? Dr. Helen Kara can relate, and she tells it all in this article.
This week, we meet Stylish Academic, Melissa Chaplin. In this quick chat, she talks about how fashion intersects with academia in her professional life.
I am a woman in Science and I love Instagram. A Science magazine editorial argued that women who spend time instgramming their scientific research are essentially wasting time.
You only need to google “Academic Writing tips” to be lost in a plethora of voices. However, Katy from Researcher Coaching takes the time to break down the academic writing process into actionable blocks that you can apply right away.
How do you pack the best items for your conference trip every time? Build a capsule wardrobe. Post-docs are by nature flighty creatures: moving cities (or even countries) every couple of years; commuting implausible distances between overlapping short-term or part-time contracts; thrashing the international conference circuit like sleep’s gone out of fashion.
I’ve heard many friends in academia tell me “heels are just not for me”, and I get it. Seriously, I do.