This week's links people! Hope you've had a good week, mine was busy and exciting with starting the new work thing and ended with a very interesting symposium day. The only downside was that the symposium was held in a pretty historic church, that was - like historic churches tend to be - FREEZING cold. Seriously, at the end of the day people were wearing winter coats and blankets but still shivering. Ironically, some of the symposium was about hypothermia.
Lauren Drogos is starting a blog featuring profiles of women in STEM.
A paper about Who reads science blogs and why? (also: so many science blogs I had never heard of!)
A new Diversity Journal Club next week on Addressing entrenched beliefs.
Why 80s babies are different than other millenials.
The New PI on ways to stick with your new year's resolutions.
A journey to sobriety.
Like all those people in the gym in the first week of January, I'm also getting a good start on my blogging resolutions by offering you my first link love post!
Getting Unstuck - a Hidden Brain podcast episode about how there is not one right career path, but rather you can experiment with different prototypes of your ideal career. Not sure if this also holds true for the rather linear career path in academia...?
Are bias- and privilege-free PhD admissions possible? - Doc Becca is blogging again and there is an interesting discussion going on here.
Giving up on academic stardom
New Year frustrations
Ten easy ways you can support diversity in academia
2016 in cycle science research