Recommended Reading | March 2015

(via @pfctdayelise)

An interview with the Chair of the National (U.S.) Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals.

Friend of QAEco Jane Elith tells methods.blog about her career in science.

David Pannell describes how decision-making processes improve on the ‘garbage in, garbage out’ adage.

The NHMRC makes funding eligibility conditional on decent gender equity policies. (via @DrEmmaLJohnston)

Reasons why Associate Professor Drew Tyre doesn’t plan to take on new PhD students.

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