Category Archives: academia

I <3 converences! (archived from LabSpaces)

originally posted 4 Oct 2010 I really do! I have so much fun hearing and talking about new* research, and catching up with old friends. But, I haven’t been around much this last week. I was not even able to … Continue reading

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should you pay undergrads that work in your lab? (archived from LabSpaces)

originally posted 26 Sept 2010 A situation with the undergraduate in my lab has me thinking a lot about how access to science, as a profession, is controlled. And whether I’m contributing to the problem. I have worked with Undergrad … Continue reading

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The scientist-in-training (archived from LabSpaces)

originally posted 19 Sept 2010 FSP had an interesting post last week about dodging a postdoctoral bullet. Dr. Becca noticed this post in relation to her search for a new postdoc, but what caught my attention was how the comments … Continue reading

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it’s not a pissing contest (archived from LabSpaces)

originally posted 13 Sept 2010 I have been a little busy the last couple of weeks, but I have decided to take a break and share some strange observations I have made recently. Also, the f@&#ing website that I have … Continue reading

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moving on up (archived from LabSpaces)

originally posted 25 Aug 2010 Let me start by saying that I don’t fall victim to panic attacks frequently. At least, I haven’t in the past. But, seriously, thank you to everyone for the encouraging words. I am no zen … Continue reading

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Advice for the new grad student (archived from LabSpaces)

Originally posted 18 Aug 2010 Samia over at 49 percent had an awesome idea: the zomg grad school!!!1 carnival. I think that anyone getting ready to start grad school (or is considering applying) should read it. I totally meant to … Continue reading

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