Also this week: even simulated evolution is cleverer than you are, what kids today think scientists look like, myths of academic time management, and more.
Also this week: Rapid Ecology’s latest experiment, new ESA Fellows, and more.
Also this week: 50 shades of
grey green, the best (?) pedagogical technique you’ve never heard of (?), and more.
Also this week: Stephen Heard vs. Paul Erdős, your PhD vs. you, and more.
Also this week: the realized niche is “all shit”, world’s greatest faculty job application cover letter, the sixth mass
extinction speciation, MIT diplomas vs. Bitcoin, debating systematics, scientific mavericks, Rand Paul vs. peer review, and more. Lots of good stuff this week! Stick around to the end for a joke involving Shirley Jackson and Peter Chesson. Like our tagline says, “the fox knows many things”–and he also likes to show off his half-remembered liberal arts education by making weird jokes. 🙂
Also this week: missing Jane Lubchenco, Gilbert & Sullivan vs. digital humanities, the mysterious behavioral ecology of joggers, nerd sniping Stephen Heard, and more.
Also this week: Meghan wins an award, the
future adjunctification is here it’s just not evenly distributed, renaming Dynamic Ecology, if your study species revolted, and more.
Also this week: new call for EEB working group proposals, teaching vs. research vs.
service leadership, college student support for free speech is not collapsing, Hollywood vs. Jeremy’s book reviews, #overlyhonestreasonsforcitinganarticle, and more.
Also this week: #bugsR4girls, quadratic regression is not a valid test for humped and u-shaped relationships, a belated shoutout to #MySciComm, karaoke talks, college ≠ Harvard, and more. Including a link from Brian!