Recommended Reading | October 2015

KateCranneyQAEcologist and artist Kate Cranney speaks to Ian Lunt for Wild Melbourne. (Pictured above is her work ‘Mistletoe and the Groper Grow’, drawn while she was on the Torres Strait.)

Few PhD graduates end up in permanent academic positions, so PhD skills need to be transferable to other careers (some secretly already are!). (via Inka Veltheim)

MEE offers their dos and don’ts for suggesting preferred reviewers. I’ve never even thought to discuss my reasoning in my cover letter. (via Iadine Chadès)

Kerrie Wilson and Salit Kirk relate their experiences in a leadership program for up-and-coming academic women.

Huge congratulations to QAEcologist Jane Elith, 2015 Life Scientist of the Year!

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