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    November 15, 2002

    The Walking, Talking Interviewing Machine

    As soon as you start to come across as phony or underprepared, you’re off the short list.

    February 12, 1999

    First Encounters With Behavioral Interviewing

    PREVIOUS COLUMNS The interviewing process can sometimes be analyzed as if it were a living, breathing thing. One aspect...
    October 16, 2014

    Behavioral interviewing: First encounters

    To prepare for your future interview, wrote David Jensen in 1999, look back into your past.

    February 17, 2006

    Tooling Up: Worklife Crises and Scientific Career Stages, Part 2

    During the first several years of their (independent) professional lives, scientists move past the uncomfortable transition into a stable and solid permanent position.

    November 12, 1999

    A Week in the Life of a Headhunter, Part 2

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS This article is a continuation of last month's column. I hope that if you haven't read it, you...
    March 19, 2004

    Raising the Start-up: Growing Drug Discovery Careers on the Fast Track

    "Our first few hires were people who could do a wide variety of tasks. It is invaluable to have team members who can roll up their sleeves and dig in to any task to get it done." --Jennie Mather

    February 20, 2004

    The Locus of Control: Five Reminders That You Are the Boss

    "Our company's future is assured when people here take responsibility for their own success or failure."

    December 10, 1999

    Money, Money, Money: Optimizing Your Situation in the Job Market

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS With a title like this one, this should be a popular column. After all, what is there--besides...
    January 14, 2000

    Getting Off the Treadmill: Six Ways to Break Out of a Rut

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS Do you ever feel that you are in a rut? Have you ever thought about what your "rut threshold"...
    February 11, 2000

    Tooling Up: Enrich Your Life With Coincidence

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS One of the first things you learn when you write and speak to scientists or engineers is that...
    March 10, 2000

    The Old Ways Don't Work Today

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS Looking for a job? Then you may be doing what I did when I was leaving college. I remember it...
    April 21, 2000

    Tooling Up: The Art of Persuasion

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS How good are you at influencing those around you? Do you think that these skills of persuasion...
    September 15, 2000

    How to Make an Impact in 60 Seconds or Fewer. Part One: Using Voice Mail

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS W ham, bam, ring, zing ... I used to think it was just my office that operated in a continual...
    May 19, 2000

    Don't Let Them Wear You Down: How to Take Control of Your Career

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS It was the single most depressing day of my life. And like all days that are either...
    July 21, 2000

    Coming to a Department Near You: Ph.D. Survival Skills Training

    TOOLING UP COLUMNS The term "survival skills" calls to mind movies like G.I. Jane or the kind of woodsy team-...
    October 16, 2014

    Report: Patrick Harran legal defense cost UCLA millions

    According to the Los Angeles Times, defending the chemistry professor cost the university nearly $4.5 million.

    October 17, 2014

    Annual Top Employers Survey: Employees Thrive on Innovative Design

    For the companies identified in the 2014 Science Careers Top Employer Survey, innovation and keeping employees engaged and excited about their research are top priorities.

    October 17, 2014

    Elsewhere in Science, 17 October 2014

    Robots, redux … economics Nobel … paper factories in China … bad time for scientists in Venezuela … nonadherence … letters … sex in research … Working Life

    October 20, 2014

    Ask Alice: Should I stay or should I go?

    In a new feature, Alice Huang answers your questions about science career issues.

    October 10, 2014

    Ask Alice

    Alice and her friends answer questions that you don’t want to ask you preceptor, peer, or colleagues regarding your career in science.

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