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Best Practices When Writing Papers For Publication With Anna Clemens

Are you preparing to write a paper? Do you get anxious, not knowing what the outcome is going to be of this long process? Today, I’m sharing with you my conversation with Anna Clemens, whose specialty is to coach researchers on how to write for journal articles. During our conversation, Anna talked about how to…

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Leveraging Your PhD in the Consulting Space With Bryan Quoc Le

This week on the show, I’m sharing a story of resilience and steadfastness in career building with my guest, Bryan Quoc Le. During our conversation, Bryan shares his journey from a PhD in chemistry to being self-employed as a consultant in the food industry space. I got great feedback about this interview during our live…

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Hidden Opportunities in Tech for Social Sciences Graduates With Victoria Wobber

This week, I’m sharing with you a conversation about a side of the post-PhD experience that is kind of a blind spot for me – the place of social science graduates in the tech space. To talk about this, I had the pleasure of having a conversation with Victoria (Tory) Wobber, growth and leadership coach…

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I’m in the middle of my PhD – What Should I Invest In If I Want a Private Sector Job? With The 2nd Lab

Welcome to another collab episode of the PhD Dojo with The 2nd Lab. While you’re here, I’ll take the opportunity to announce that Papa PhD has joined the  Podcast 2.0 initiative and is now set up to receive boosts from you, the listener! A boost is a value for value (V4V)  contribution in Satoshis (or…

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Managing Your Imposter Experience During and Beyond Your Degree with Marc Reid

This week, on the first Papa PhD episode of 2023, I am bringing you an incredibly insightful conversation about the impostor phenomenon in academia and beyond with Marc Reid, PhD, author of You Are Not a Fraud – A Scientist’s Guide to the Imposter Phenomenon. Imposter feelings are ubiquitous in graduate school and throughout your…

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Are Things Changing for the Better for Women in STEM? with Krishna Kadiyala (Rerun)

In this week on the show, I’m bringing you another treasure from the vault – my Season 2 conversation with Krishna Kadiyala about her experience as a woman in the STEM space, and in particular about her decision to have children during the PhD. While you’re here, I’ll take the opportunity to let you know…

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Getting Involved in Science Policy After Graduate School With Adriana Bankston (Rerun)

This week on Papa PhD and to mark the end of the year, I share with you the first of a series of three of the most popular episodes of the show since the launch, in 2019. In this early conversation with Adriana Bankston, we covered her experience going through graduate school, but also how…

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Honing Your Public Speaking Skills with Neil Thompson

This week on Papa PhD, I’m bringing you an expert on how to improve your public speaking skills – Neil Thompson of TeachTheGeek.com. If you want to get better a presenting in front of different audiences, get a pen and paper and join us on this great Papa PhD conversation! While you’re here, I’ll take…

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The Power of Mentorship During a Career Pivot With Anushka Khasnobish

This week on Papa PhD, I’m sharing the story of someone I’ve had the pleasure to mentor during her PhD to non-academic job transition – Anushka Khasnobish. I want to thank Anushka for suggesting to share this testimonial on the show and for the chance to reflect on a string of conversations that took place…

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A Roadmap to Pivoting Into the Private Sector With Terence Milstead

200 episodes… I couldn’t have imagined I’d come this far when I launched back in 2019, but a little over 3 years in, it feels almost surreal. If you’re new to the show, welcome, and enjoy all the content! If you’re a long time fan, thank you for dropping by week after week! And if…

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