Is Industry against Academia? I’ve been asking myself this question for some time now.
People features, brand reviews, advertorials and more. The spot for feature stories academics would find interesting.
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.
Postdoc is not a magical time when you suddenly know everything. Although many of us who work toward a Ph.D. feel a huge sense of accomplishment once we’ve completed it, there are some feelings no one talks about once it’s done…
You have submitted your thesis at last – what a relief! The end is in sight, but there is a Viva to get through first.
Meet the beautiful lady behind Stylish Academic’s new logo design, Emilia Moniszko. She wears many hats – film-o-grapher, cake maker, designer, and more. Who is Emilia Moniszko?
Many PhD researchers complete their programmes without the skills and experience necessary to get meaningful jobs. At the same time, you may be more employable than you think.
Meet the Damsels in Doctorates slaying the dragons of misogyny. They are not in distress. Damsels in Doctorates (DiD) is a project run by two PhD researchers, Honor and Hannah.
Most academic writers either don’t make a writing plan, or make a writing plan but don’t stick to it. For those that do write after making a plan to, the problem is that we do both in isolation. Jane Jones shares her tips on how we can increase our writing productivity.
“Academic wear” can be a tough nut to crack, especially for women. In this article, Thomasin Bailey lends her voice to the issue, powerfully weaving Shakespeare into her critique of what it means to be a woman in academia. She asks the all-important question: What should I wear to be “taken seriously”? It is often said that appearance […]