Recommended Reading | January 2014

The Hairpin interviews statistician Susan Murphy.

The Buckley Ecology Lab is currently located in both Australia and Ireland! Yi Han and other lab members share tips for effective remote supervision, and I think many of them are useful for any supervisory relationship.

Here’s a tone-deaf way to include more women and/or other minority groups in your STEM event….

…. and an even worse way to prove your tenacity in a job application.

Kate Clancy wants to retire the idea that science should be privileged over scientists.

Nature might’ve lost the thread on balanced reporting. (via @SanaBau)

And the journal’s senior editor Henry Gee clearly doesn’t appreciate the importance of anonymity for equity in science. (via @kyliesoanes)

QAEcologist Mick McCarthy goes on to discuss anonymity in peer review.

I am thrilled to see an academic include reading novels and getting 8-9 hours sleeps per night in their advice for a productive work day.

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