Searching for academic jobs can sometimes be a slow and painful process. But everyday I spot good news on Twitter about how someone has landed their dream job. What are they doing right? What are the critical success factors that make one applicant successful over the other?
People features, brand reviews, advertorials and more. The spot for feature stories academics would find interesting.
Akor Oplauwah is proof that you can be an academic researcher and wear as many other hats as you please. He is a published poet.
Job interview presentations could have one slightly anxious, but with these great tips you are on-track to getting employed.
You don’t have to be a pro to take great photos for your academic website.
Natasha Morales is our guest on Meet the Scholar this week. She shares her story on: Why she moved from industry to pursue a PhD The ups and down of being a relatively older doctoral student, and Her love for vintage and pre-loved items.
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.
Having recently completed my Ph.D. study, I feel a sense of duty to clear certain misconceptions (some of which I previously held) about the Ph.D. journey.
Is Industry against Academia? I’ve been asking myself this question for some time now.
I built my networking skills and it helped me land my first job after the Ph.D. I completed my studies in June 2015 with great buzz and fanfare.
Happy New Year! 2017 was a great year for us because we went through a successful re-brand, published this new website, and our monthly email newsletters went live in November. Thank you for sticking with us on this journey, and cheers to an even more amazing 2018.