Monthly Archives: June 2014

Scales of progress

I’m feeling lately like I’m not doing “enough” with my time, as though I’m caught in a rut emotionally and mentally in my off hours. Work is great. I love the new job – the day-to-day tasks and the bigger … Continue reading

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Living in the Void: The postdoc “contract”

Prompted by a discussion on the Twitts… You got the offer for the postdoc position you wanted. The letter outlines your salary and benefits, and it notes that you’ll have a one-year appointment with an option for renewal. You take … Continue reading

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