by Niklas Elmqvist, University of Maryland, College Park So you have been invited to an interview for an academic position. How exciting! Typically such an interview will include you giving an academic job talk to your would-be colleagues. How do… Continue Reading →
Guidelines for defending your Ph.D. proposal or dissertation. So, you’re finally at the point when you are about to defend your Ph.D. dissertation. In the United States, this is generally a two-stage process: first you write and orally defend your dissertation… Continue Reading →
On the perils of revealing your identity after peer review.
My guide on how to write a related work section.
In which I explore the surprising resistance against resubmitting work after rejection.
My guidelines on how to maintain clean references in academic writing.
In which I reflect on my first meeting with the late Georges Grinstein.
When responding to reviews, fix your paper and not just your response!
Some advice on how to find a U.S. faculty job with a foreign Ph.D.
My reflections on the benefit of living and working abroad as an academic.