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.
This week’s academic pet is Buffy – like a true player in academia, she’s published.
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…
Think about those moments you just want to get up and go to work with the most no-fuss make-up face ever – a lipstick is what you need.
This is the Academic pets – dogs, cats, and friends series. A few weeks ago, we made a call on Twitter for help with an article about academics, their pets, and what joy they bring to our lives…
If you’re thinking of going to Mexico for research… First of all, where in Mexico do you want to go? Mexico is as big as 24 European countries. It includes different climate zones, an incredible amount of biospheres, different native populations, different kinds of cities.
Esmara by Heidi Klum is affordable fashion and we are so here for it! The collection launched this December with the #letscelebrate campaign. It’s in collaboration with German global discount supermarket chain, Lidl. This is perfect timing if you still have a few pending names on your Christmas gift lists, or are looking for the perfect outfit […]
In The Importance of Being Earnest (1895) Oscar Wilde’s Algernon Moncrieff famously declares: “If I am occasionally a little over-dressed, I make up for it by always being immensely over educated”.
Being a mum and completing a Ph.D. was tough for me because I had to make choices about what kind of mother vs. scholar I wanted to be.