Personal websites are the most effective way to share your academic accomplishments. Let's talk about the benefits of a personal academic website.
This post is all about enjoying your time on social media. Academics and researchers are busy, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't enjoy your social media life.
Whether you have a new book hitting stores, or are just starting on your manuscript, social media is the best way to get the word out there.
Let's talk about what you need before you share your new book on social media. Because the time to start talking is now.
I chat with Jazmine Benjamin, a Cellular and Molecular Biology PhD student at University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She's made great connections on social media. Learn about her research, and social media life!
I chat with Dr. Echo Rivera, who helps academics and scientists communicate through presentations.
We talk about using Twitter all day, jumping into conversations, and more.
Every presentation or talk you give is a chance to make an impact.
Announcing your talk on social media is not the bad kind of self-promotion.
Let's talk talk about the benefits, like finding the right audience.
Academic writing takes a long time. Peer review is slow.
That's why it's so important to start talking about your project now.
Curious how other academics are using social media? I'm chatting with faculty and grad students like you.
Meet Leigh A. Hall, PhD, Professor of Adolescent Literature at the University of Wyoming.
People tell you to join Twitter for the conversation, or connect on Facebook. Once you get there, what's the best way to ensure you have a good time?
Social media is a two-way street. It's important that you follow the right people to have a curated feed.
By following the right people, you take control of the types of content you are regularly exposed to. This is true for every platform.
Graduate students need the holiday season to relax. It's important to practice self-care, and spend time with friends and family. But what do you buy them?
You want your grad student to have the gift they need this holiday season. You know them well, but do you know what they need for their grad school life?
My gift guide is here to help.
Chances are you're spending time this holiday season with friends and family outside your specialty.
Whether you're an student or faculty member, explaining how and what you do can feel overwhelming. Ask yourself
What is the impact of your work?
What part will be of most interest to this group?
What can I compare this to?