My Autumn Reading List

If you are looking for books that are career focused this is the reading list for you.  My Autumn Reading List: Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science by Scott L. Montgomery Teach Beyond your Reach: an Instructor's Guide to Developing and…

My Reading List II

I'm excited about sharing this reading list because it is a mix of books. If you haven't checked out Hidden Figures Book and Movie it is a much read and watch. My Reading List II: Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race…

My Spring/Summer III Reading List:

Now that the weather is warming up, check out a few of these books. My Spring/Summer Reading List: Women in Tech: Take Your Career to the Next Level with Practical Advice and Inspiring Stories by Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack Letters to a Young Scientist by Edward O. Wilson A Manual for Writers of Research Papers,…

Spotlight on Science/Mademoiselle Scientist: Donna Kridelbaugh

In my last Mademoiselle Spotlight, I wrote about The Thesis Whisperer, and for this post, I am featuring Donna Kridelbaugh as this month's Spotlight on Science/Mademoiselle Scientist. Donna has amazing content for early career researchers and professionals.  Photo Credit: Donna Kridelbaugh Spotlight on Science/Mademoiselle Scientist: Donna Kridelbaugh: When I started Mademoiselle Scientist I only had a…

Mademoiselle Spotlight Feature: The Thesis Whisperer/Dr. Inger Mewburn

As a graduate student, I unofficially started generating ideas and topics for Mademoiselle Scientist and discovered my first higher education blog, The Thesis Whisperer. Photo Credit: TheThesisWhisperer  Mademoiselle Spotlight: The Thesis Whisperer/Dr. Inger Mewburn: Before officially starting Mademoiselle Scientist I reached out to The Thesis Whisperer. She gave me some great feedback and tips to…

The Real Talk about the PhD #PioneerChat Reflection:

After participating in The Real Talk about the Ph.D. #PioneerChat hosted by Dr. Monica F. Cox with guest host, Dr. Fatimah Williams Castro I have some reflections. Since I am prospective Ph.D. student I was looking forward to this discussion because I enjoy hearing people talk about their Ph.D. journeys. To find out more about…

Spotlight on Science/Mademoiselle Scientists: MySciCareer

Last week I was reading Biochem Belle's blog post, Changing Course, Part 3: Open exploration. This post was a continuation post and she shared how the myIDP tool helped her figure what she wanted to do next in her career. After spending time on the myIDP tool she discovered, MySciCareer.com. Since I never heard MySciCareer I…

Fall Reading List

Looking to make some changes? This is the reading list for you. Check out below: My Fall Reading List: A PhD is Not Enough: A Guide to Survival in Science by Peter J. Feibelman Advice for a Young Investigator by Santiago Ramon y Cajal Define your Brand Imagine Your Future: Reinventing You by Dorie Clark…

Career Exit Strategy Reflection of the #ECRChat hosted by Science Mentor

If you are new to Mademoiselle Scientist, welcome. I am a toxicologist and have many interests. Currently, I am science writer and communicator. I am exploring career options of vaccine development research, science communication and STEM education. Very different STEM pathways, but very interesting to me. Recently, I participated in a Twitter Chat #ECRChat: How…

My Summer Reading List

It's time for my summer reading list. Check out these books that will inspire you to make an impact in society. My Summer Reading List: America the Beautiful: Rediscovering What Made This Nation Great by Dr. Ben Carson How Remarkable Women Lead: The Breakthrough Model for Work and Life by Joanna Barsh and Susie Cranston…