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A few lessons from the lab – November 22, 2010
If I had a time machine – January 14, 2011
The riddle of shear failure – January 21, 2011
ASCE Structures Congress 2011 – paper and presentation – May 17, 2011
Our lab on TV – May 25, 2011
fib Symposium 2011 – paper and presentation – June 14, 2011
The making of a specimen – August 29, 2011
Halfway my PhD – September 1, 2011
A presentation in Dutch  – September 22, 2011
Presentation at ACI Fall Convention – November 6, 2011
From real traffic on a bridge to a square steel plate – March 21, 2012
A setup for half-scale slab shear experiments – March 28, 2012
International Bridge Conference 2012 – June 24, 2012
Spreiding puntlasten plaatviaducten – July 4, 2012
IABMAS 2012 – July 19, 2012
9th fib PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering – July 31, 2012
TEDxDelft Salon Announcement – October 3, 2012
Kick-off 3TU.Bouw – October 11, 2012
Fifty Shades of Concrete – October 23, 2012
Thesis Update – October 30, 2012
Shear and Punching 101: Distance in the codes – November 13, 2012
Taking the Lab to the Stage – November 27, 2012 
Sulfur Concrete in Plain English – January 8, 2013
Paper nominated for Paper of the Year – February 7, 2013 
On the road to the defense, part I – February 14, 2013 
Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting: Presentation and Paper – February 17, 2013
Paper published in the ACI Structural Journal – February 21, 2013 
Breaking News: The Dissertation – May 14, 2013
Presentation at fib symposium 2013 – June 20, 2013
Presentation on Shear Assessment of Solid Slab Bridges – June 27, 2013
IABSE presentation on slabs subjected to a combination of loads – June 30, 2013 
Presentation from ACI Fall Convention 2011 – July 4, 2013 
Prolonging the service life of existing reinforced concrete slab bridges – July 14, 2013 
Quick Scan Method – Presentation at the International Bridge Conference – July 18, 2013 
Presentation of my PhD Defense, “Lekenpraatje” – July 21, 2013 
Peak shear stress distribution in finite element models of concrete slabs – September 12, 2013
Introducing Universidad San Francisco de Quito – October 15, 2013
Lecture at Vrije Universiteit Brussel – October 17, 2013
Applying Experimental Results to the Shear Assessment Method for Solid Slab Bridges – October 31, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: Introducing Project #tweetprop – November 5, 2013
Project #tweetprop: On slabs versus beams – November 7, 2013
Project #tweetprop: the Modified Bond Model –  November 10, 2013
Project #tweetprop: There is still life in “dead” slabs – November 17, 2013
Project #tweetprop: Shear capacity at the continuous support – November 19, 2013
Project #tweetprop: Feynman and uncertainty –  December 5, 2013
Paper in Structural Engineering International – December 10, 2013
Effective Width in Shear of Reinforced Concrete Solid Slab Bridges under Wheel Loads – February 4, 2014 
Discussion of Shear in One-Way Slabs under Concentrated Load close to Support – February 16, 2014
Elected as a Committee Member – April 1, 2014
Recommendations for the Shear Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Solid Slab Bridges – July 29, 2014
Practical Application of Transverse Load Redistribution in Reinforced Concrete Solid Slab Bridges – July 31, 2014
Predicting the shear capacity of reinforced concrete slabs subjected to concentrated loads close to support with the Modified Bond Model – October 21, 2014
Database of wide concrete members failing in shear – October 23, 2014
53 interesting ways to communicate your research – November 4, 2014
Influence of Width on Shear Capacity of Reinforced Concrete Members – December 11, 2014
Load testing of a bridge in Friesland – December 16, 2014
Extending the service life of existing bridges – February 3, 2015
Predicting the capacity of the Ruytenschildt bridge – February 10, 2015
Student concrete competition of Ecuador – February 12, 2015
Proposal for the extension of the Eurocode shear formula for one-way slabs under concentrated loads – April 14, 2015
Applications of sound in engineering – April 30, 2015
Transition from one-way to two-way shear in slabs under concentrated loads – June 11, 2015
Presentation at the 2015 ACI Fall Convention – July 23, 2015
Research seminar: Testing to failure of the Ruytenschildt Bridge – August 20, 2015
Paper and presentation from fib symposium 2015 – September 10, 2015
Experimental investigation on shear capacity of reinforced concrete slabs with plain bars and slabs on elastomeric bearings – September 17, 2015
Effective shear width of concrete slab bridges – October 15, 2015
One-Way Slabs subjected to Combination of Loads failing in Shear – October 22, 2015
Reliability-based expression for the shear capacity of reinforced concrete slabs under concentrated loads close to supports – October 29, 2015
Improved formulation for compressive fatigue strength of concrete – November 26, 2015
Proposal for the fatigue strength of concrete under cycles of compression – January 21, 2016
Application of Modified Bond Model to capacity of Ruytenschildt Bridge – January 28, 2016
Proof loading of existing bridges – February 16, 2016
Proof loading of existing reinforced concrete bridges in The Netherlands –  April 14, 2016
Case Study on Aggregate Interlock Capacity for the Shear Assessment of Cracked Reinforced-Concrete Bridge Cross Sections – May 17, 2016
Development of a guideline for load testing in the Netherlands – July 19, 2016Querkrafttragfähigkeit von Platten nahe Auflagern – Übersicht über diverse Versuche – August 30, 2016  Using Eurocodes and AASHTO for assessing shear in slab bridges – September 8, 2016
Afschuifcapaciteit van betonnen plaatbruggen – September 13, 2016
Shear and moment capacity of Ruytenschildt Bridge – September 15, 2016
Ruytenschildt Bridge: Field and Laboratory Testing – October 11, 2016
Probabilistic prediction of the failure mode of the Ruytenschildt Bridge – October 18, 2016
Q&A: How to draw crack patterns – November 10, 2016
Son seguros los puentes por los que cruzamos? – November 22, 2016
Papers at IABMAS 2016 – December 8, 2016
Bridging the gap between one-way and two-way shear in slabs – January 24, 2017
Development of stop criteria for proof loading – January 31, 2017
Load testing of reinforced concrete bridges in the Netherlands – February 7, 2017
Collapse test and moment capacity of the Ruytenschildt reinforced concrete slab bridge – February 9, 2017
Shear capacity of the Ruytenschildt Bridge – February 23, 2017
Defining loading criteria for proof loading of existing reinforced concrete bridges – February 28, 2017
Papers at SEMC 2016 – March 9, 2017
Transverse load redistribution and effective shear width in reinforced concrete slabs – March 16, 2017
The adventures of a concrete researcher – or how I ended up breaking bridges for a living – March 23, 2017
Proof load testing of reinforced concrete slab bridges in the Netherlands – March 30, 2017
Extended Strip Model for Reinforced Concrete Slabs under Concentrated Loads – May 9, 2017
Extended Strip Model for slabs subjected to load combinations – May 23, 2017
Proof load testing in the Netherlands – overview of current research – July 11, 2017
Distribution of peak shear stress in finite element models of reinforced concrete slabs – July 18, 2017
Proof load testing of reinforced concrete slab bridges in the Netherlands – July 25, 2017
Modeling Concrete Material Structures – a Two-Phase Meso Finite Element Model – August 1, 2017
State-of-the-art on load testing of concrete bridges – August 31, 2017
Required proof load magnitude for probabilistic field assessment of viaduct De Beek – September 12, 2017
Development of recommendations for proof load testing of reinforced concrete slab bridges – September 28, 2017
Extended Strip Model for slabs subjected to a combination of loads – November 14, 2017
Determination of loading protocol and stop criteria for proof loading with beam tests – November 16, 2017
Reliability index after proof load testing: viaduct De Beek – November 28, 2017
Beam experiments on acceptance criteria of proof load tests – November 30, 2017
Beam experiments to investigate loading protocol and stop criteria for load testing – December 19, 2017
Towards standardisation of proof load testing: pilot test on viaduct Zijlweg – December 21, 2017
Plastic model for asymmetrically loaded reinforced concrete slabs – January 11, 2018
Pilot Proof-Load Test on Viaduct De Beek: Case Study – January 16, 2018
Assessment of slab bridges through proof loading in the Netherlands – January 18, 2018
Pruebas de carga en puentes de hormigon armado: experiencia de un programa de pruebas en Holanda – January 23, 2018
Field assessment of a concrete bridge – March 20, 2018
Two presentations at IABSE 2017 – May 1, 2018
Long-term material and structural behavior of high-strength concrete cantilever bridge: results of 20 years monitoring – May 29, 2018
Sound applications in engineering – July 12, 2018
Modelling of the proof load test on viaduct De Beek – July 24, 2018
Ineffective obsessions in Brazilian academia and proposals towards meritocracy – November 8, 2018
Research Counts, not the Journal – November 13, 2018
Papers in ACI SP-323: Evaluation of Concrete Bridge Behavior through Load Testing – International Perspectives – November 20, 2018
Full-size field test of prestressed concrete T-beam bridge – December 18, 2018
Stop criteria for proof load tests verified with field and laboratory testing of the Ruytenschildt Bridge – December 20, 2018
Two papers from IABMAS 2018 – January 24, 2019
Proof load testing of viaduct De Beek – May 7, 2019
Two papers on the arched strut – April 9, 2019
Papers and presentations from IALCCE 2018 – May 14, 2019
Database of shear experiments on steel fiber reinforced concrete beams without stirrups – August 22, 2019
Stop criteria for flexure for proof load testing of reinforced concrete structures – August 27, 2019
Presentation about load testing of structures – September 3, 2019
Two papers from the ACI Structural Journal – October 8, 2019
Fatigue assessment of prestressed concrete slab-between-girder bridges – October 15, 2019
How do steel fibers improve the shear capacity of reinforced concrete beams without stirrups – October 22, 2019
Two books on load testing of bridges – October 29, 2019
Interviewing and Hiring Practices in Brazilian Academia: Proposals for Improvement – November 21, 2019
Feasibility of collapse test on Nieuwklap Bridge – November 26, 2019
Optimizing finite element models for concrete bridge assessment with proof load testing – November 28, 2019
Shear capacity of steel fiber reinforced concrete beams – December 12, 2019
Improvements of a nonlinear analysis guideline for the re-examination of existing urban concrete structures – December 19, 2019
Quantification of digital image correlation applicability to in-situ proof load testing of bridges – December 31, 2019
ANN-based shear capacity of steel fiber-reinforced concrete beams without stirrups – January 23, 2020
Presentation from II SITCYH – January 30, 2020
Primer on bridge load testing – February 4, 2020
ANN-based fatigue strength of concrete under compression – February 11, 2020
Como evaluar la capacidad de puentes existentes? – February 13, 2020
Influence of fiber content on shear capacity of steel-fber reinforced concrete beams – February 20, 2020
Uso de materiales en ingenieria estructural: una mirada hacia el futuro – March 10, 2020
Neural network-based formula for shear capacity prediction of one-way slabs under concentrated loads – March 19, 2020
Load rating using load testing – April 9, 2020 
Survey on the doctoral defense experience – July 14, 2020
ANEIC Ecuador presentation: the road to breaking bridges and stereotypes – July 21, 2020
Presentation at ACI Concrete Convention Virtual Technical Presentations – September 22, 2020
One-way shear strenght of wide reinforced concrete members without stirrups – October 8, 2020
Influence of structural system on shear capacity of wide members without shear reinforcement – January 26, 2021
Monitoring shear behavior of prestressed concrete bridge girders using acoustic emission and digital image correlation – February 2 , 2021
Editorial: Diagnostic and proof load tests on bridges – February 16, 2021

Presentations

Tomorrow’s presentation – December 1, 2010
Evaluation of my presentation – December 3, 2010
Preparing a presentation without slides – May 21, 2011
Preparing a presentation without slides – the aftermath – May 24, 2011
Another presentation style – February 4, 2012
Slideshare – April 12, 2012
Giving a poster presentation for the first time – June 26, 2012
Powerposing to boost your conference presence – October 17, 2012
Performing for TEDx Delft Salon – October 19, 2012 
Podcast interview – July  9, 2020
El futuro del homrigon: desde la mezcla hacia la estructura – October 6, 2020
Presentation for ANEIC (second of 2020) – November 3, 2020
Presentation on testing prestressed girders – November 10, 2020
IABSE online lecture – December 10, 2020
CONEIC 2020 presentation – January 5, 2021

Investigando la investigacion Podcast interview – May 13, 2021

The process of doing a PhD

The possible cause for concentration problems – September 27, 2010
How to learn from your supervisor – November 30, 2010
Reverb 10 – Day 2: Writing – December 5, 2010
Just ask – December 6, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 7: Community
– December 7, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 9: Party – December 9, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 10: Wisdom – December 10, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 13 – Action – December 13, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 17: Lesson learned – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 24: Everything’s OK – January 5, 2011
Mastering your PhD by P. Gosling and P. Noordam – Book Review – January 13, 2011
A PhD defense at TU Delft – January 18, 2011
How to handle a large amount of literature – January 24, 2011
Literature review – The sequel – January 27, 2011
Building a Successful Career in Scientific Research by Phil Dee – Book review – January 30, 2011
Reimbursement – February 27, 2011
My analysis report or How to analyze large amounts of test data – February 28, 2011
My PhD study companion – March 4, 2011
The phases of reading – March 10, 2011
How much time does a conference take? – March 28, 2011
The Unwritten Rules of PhD Research  – Gordon Rugg and Marian Petre – April 4, 2011
How to get a PhD by Phillips and Pugh – May 30, 2011
Reviewers’ comments – June 20, 2011
How to tackle a large task –  July 10, 2011
Who am I to speak up – July 11, 2011  
Book review: Starting research: An introduction to academic research and dissertation writing – Roy Preece – July 31, 2011 
How to write an abstract in 30 minutes – August 1, 2011 
A PhD defense at Georgia Tech – August 28, 2011
Five reasons why I decided to pursue a PhD – September 19, 2011
Studying versus Research – October 12, 2011
How to present calculations in a report – November 13, 2011 
The basic elements of a presentation with slides – November 14, 2011 
Tools for planning towards the defense – February 6, 2012 
Doing a PhD – is it work or school? – February 13, 2012 
Contents of my job – March 18, 2012 
The PhD movie – March 24, 2012
Finding time for writing – March 26, 2012
On perseverance – April 9, 2012
Gaining confidence in your research – April 11, 2012 
How to write a paper in two days – April 16, 2012
At the beginning of the road – April 20, 2012
Top 10 posts on PhD Talk – May 26, 2012 
Ten great blogs for PhD students – June 28, 2012 
Reading loads: understanding different levels of reading – September 25, 2012
Reading loads: keeping up with the output – September 27, 2012
Power of We – October 15, 2012 
Reading loads: Archiving after reading – October 9, 2012
The Creative Process: Conditions – November 1, 2012
The Creative Process: The Creative Habit – November 8, 2012 
The Creative Process: Reading Sparks Creativity – November 18, 2012 
The Creative Process: The Importance of Questions –  November 20, 2012
Letting Go – November 29, 2012
Thesis Distance – Inner Resistance – December 2, 2012
The Creative Process: Creativity without borders –  December 11, 2012
The Archetypes of PhD Students – Which one are you? – January 17, 2013
Introducing: Silver Linings – January 24, 2013 
Improve Your Public Speaking Skills – January 31, 2013
Five Ways to Control your Budget in Graduate School – February 26, 2013
25 Quick and Easy Ways to Save Money in Graduate School – March 3, 2013
PhD Life at TU Delft – March 10, 2013
The Surprising Truth about What Motivates Us – March 21, 2013 
The Creative Process: Essential Components of Creative Acts – March 28, 2013
Silver Linings: To Ask or Not To Ask – March 31, 2013  
Discomfort, Friction and Creative Blocks  – April 11, 2013 
Five Best Practices for Getting Started with Research – May 9, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Seven Short Research Ideas to Discuss in a Conference Paper – May 28, 2013
Writers’ Lab: How to stay motivated when writing an entire dissertation – June 4, 2013
Five Key Elements to Consider when Applying for a PhD – June 6, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Writing your acknowledgements – June 11, 2013
Defending tomorrow! – June 13, 2013
Silver Linings: Flowing through conference travel – June 16, 2013
Writers’ Lab: How much time does it take to write a dissertation – June 25, 2013
Writers’ Lab: The final months of the dissertation – July 2, 2013
Celebrating Milestones in Graduate School – July 11, 2013 
On the road to the defense, part II – July 25, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: How to write your conclusions, Part I: journal or conference paper – July 30, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: How to write your conclusions, Part II: Doctoral Dissertation – August 6, 2013 
The Defense: My experience – August 8, 2013 
How to Prepare for the PhD Defense – August 15, 2013 
Getting a job, after the PhD – August 22, 2013
Post-defense reality check: What should you do after defending your PhD – August 29, 2013
20 Tips for Surviving your PhD – September 19, 2013 
Literature Review Bootcamp Course –  October 6, 2013
Silver Linings: Little Book of Contentment – October 27, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: On where PhD research gets published – January 7, 2014 
Managing the research process – January  19, 2014
Happy PhD: Using your Physiology to your Advantage –  January 26, 2014
Happy PhD: Optimizing your Workday for Writing – January 28, 2014
Happy PhD: Thinking Positively in an Ocean of Criticism – January 30, 2014
Life After Graduate School: What Happens Next – February 2, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer:  Selecting a PhD program and supervisor – February 6, 2014
Learning from my Research Experience – February 9, 2014  
Doctoral degrees:  facts and figures – February 11, 2014
Motivation for Prestigious Academic Achievement – February 18, 2014 
My PhD Schedule – March 13, 2014
Writers’ Lab: How the writing assignment contributes greater knowledge to PhD students – March 18, 2014
The Best Way to Successful PhD – March 23, 2014
One Week until The Best Way to a Successful PhD – April 3, 2014
How to present your proposal – April 17, 2014
Ten Tips for Surviving your PhD defense – May 1, 2014
Organizing your literature review – May 8, 2014
On dealing with an absent supervisor – May 11, 2014
What should you do after your PhD? – May 15, 2014
Digging for gold in the literature review – June 15, 2014
Scrambling yourself together and making big changes in your research – June 17, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to develop the outline for your dissertation – July 3, 2014
Playing in the Creative Sandbox – July 20, 2014
Q&A: Career and Gender Advice – October 28, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: The Toolbox of the PhD Students – December 4, 2014
Writers’ Lab: One day, it will be done – December 9, 2014
Q&A: What you should already know when you start a PhD – February 24, 2015
PhD Talk and Grammarly Giveaway – May 19, 2015
Q&A: When your sensitivity undermines your work – May 26, 2015
PhD Careers – Interview for QS Top Grad School – June 25, 2015
Q&A: The PhD and the Job Market – July 9, 2015
How to choose your research question – July 16, 2015
How I created my fictional PhD candidate – July 30, 2015
Buried under piles of publications? – September 15, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to prepare for your first conference – October 1, 2015
QS GradSchool guide 2015/2016 – November 19, 2015
Book review: How to get a PhD effectively – Joseph Helpman –  December 10, 2015
Ten life lessons from doing a PhD – February 2, 2016
Q&A: Can you do my research for me? – February 9, 2016
The Dyslexic PhD Experiences – March 10, 2016
Achieving doctoral success by maintaining self-care routines – March 17, 2016
PhD Talk ebook!!! – April 28, 2016
Help! How can I begin writing my dissertation? – May 3, 2016
Q&A: Exploring the job market after the PhD – May 24, 2016
PhD Song – June 9, 2016
Graduate study in the USA – July 21, 2016
Q&A: How to apply for a PhD program with  disappointing MSc thesis grade – July 26, 2016
Q&A: Proposal and literature review – July 28, 2016
Q&A: Applying for a PhD with average grades – August 11, 2016
Top 3 reasons YOU should start a PhD blog – August 23, 2016
Q&A: PhD in Europe – August 25, 2016PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What I learned from supervising MSc students during my PhD – September 1, 2016
Q&A: Working from your parents’ house – October 20, 2016
Drink less coffee during your PhD – October 27, 2016
Q&A: Self-funding your PhD – November 17, 2016
Dealing with lab stress – November 24, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to prepare for your PhD defense – February 2, 2017
How original is your PhD? – February 16, 2017
Q&A: Where should I do my PhD? – March 7, 2017
What I learned from my PhD – April 11, 2017
Q&A: the PhD interview – April 25, 2017
Q&A: PhD by publications – June 27, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to have efficient meetings with your supervisor – September 7, 2017
Q&A: Switching fields for your PhD – September 21, 2017
How old are students when they get their PhD? – September 26, 2017
Q&A: How hard is graduate school? – October 10, 2017
The hardest stage of the PhD – October 31, 2017
How does PhD research get funded around the world? – December 5, 2017
Choose your perfect dissertation topic – January 25, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Fifteen budgeting tips for graduate students – April 5, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to develop soft skills during your PhD studies – May 3, 2018
Starting a PhD as a single parent – May 10, 2018
Newsflash: Stress-free PhD Programme Giveaway – June 1, 2018
The A-Z of the PhD Trajectory – June 5, 2018
Q&A: How to find a PhD position in the Netherlands – June 12, 2018
How long does a PhD defense last – June 14, 2018
Thesis by dissertation or publication – July 17, 2018
Book review: You must be very intelligent (the PhD Delusion) by Karin Bodewits – July 19, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Drawing your roadmap for life after the PhD – August 2, 2018
Dealing with rejection when applying for a PhD position – September 18, 2018
Does the funding of our projects cover the time it takes to finish a PhD project? – September 20, 2018
Q&A: Time for family during the PhD – October 9, 2018
The Post-PhD Blues – October 25, 2018
Time for writing a dissertation – November 6, 2018
Average word count of a dissertation – November 15, 2018
Career paths post-PhD – November 22, 2018
Q&A: Going into scientific publishing after the PhD – February 5, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Avoid these 10 mistakes during your PhD – March 7, 2019
Getting into the habit… a PhD student’s perspective on data management – March 21, 2019
Getting your PhD proofread: how to do it properly (and ethically) – April 18, 2019
Improving weaknesses with your dissertation – July 23, 2019
10 Planning concepts I wish I’d known before my PhD – August 8, 2019
Tools for planning your PhD: the PhD planner – August 15, 2019
Selecting your research topic is the first step for a successful career – August 29, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to find papers when you do your literature review – September 5, 2019
Minimize worry and maximize writing your dissertation – September 12, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What is PhD life like in the Netherlands? – November 7, 2019
Advice for the PhD defense from examiners – November 19, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to select the right journal for your work – December 5, 2019
From the other side of the draft – January 21, 2020
Q&A: Short-term scholarships during your PhD – February 25, 2020
The outcome of the PhD Defense – February 27, 2020
Q&A: Advice on applying for a PhD position in Europe – March 26, 2020
Q&A: Becoming a part-time online lecturer – April 7, 2020
Parenting during the PhD – April 14, 2020
Time to completion of the PhD – April 30, 2020
Part-time or full-time PhD – May 5, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Keeping your lab and research notes organized – June 4, 2020
Get your writing done: sessions with Olga Degtyareva and Yvonne Tse Crepaldi – June 9, 2020
Virtual writing retreat fo PhD candidates in June 2020 – June 11, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to apply for a PhD position in the Netherlands – July 2, 2020    The Journey of PhD Research – July 28, 2020 Q&A: Time to study daily for the PhD –  September 1, 2020
Q&A: Questions about the A to Z of the PhD Trajectory – September 8, 2020 Q&A: How to stay focused while reading scholarly articles – September 17, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Best tips for PhD applicants – October 1, 2020
Q&A: Question on etiquette after the PhD defense at TU Delft – November 12, 2020<
A word of caution on my poll “Parenting during the PhD” – November 17, 2020
Free online PhD support – November 19, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Letting your mind wander for research – December 3, 2020
User committees during the PhD – December 17, 2020\Q&A: Finding a supervisor and thesis topic – February 9, 2021
Q&A: Post-doc or not? – February 23, 2021
My use of research notebooks – March 2, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: PhD Research in difficult time – March 4, 2021
Admissions Straight Talk: What to Know About Applying for a PhD in STEM – March 30, 2021

When to contact possible advisors – April 6, 2021
Supporting PhD Candidates during COVID-19 – April 8, 2021
Research in difficult times course and Newsletter – April 20, 2021
Seven best tips for part-time PhD candidates – July 6, 2021
How to select a suitable journal for your research paper? – July 20, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: PhD students with a side hustle – August 5, 2021
Q& A: How to become a researcher – September 16, 2021

Academia

Social media and Academics – November 18, 2010
Insider Higher Ed’s leaving or staying in academia – January 10, 2011
Ten reasons why you should study abroad – March 7, 2011
How to make your autobiographical essay stand out – June 19, 2011
Assisting assignments – June 30, 2011
Diversity – September 29, 2011
Four reasons for blogging – November 28, 2011
Explaining your work to friends and family – February 11, 2012
A new world of work for scientists – February 16, 2012
First lecture – ever – March 29, 2012
Thank you, Fulbright – March 31, 2012
Twitter and scientists – April 21, 2012
Blogging as a means to tackle publication bias? – October 2, 2012
Science is Fun, Science is Play – October 21, 2012
Authenticity in 2.0? – November 4, 2012
Why Blogging is for Every Single Academic – December 6, 2012
Can Blogging add an Additional Dimension to Academic Publishing – December 9, 2012
Academic Lessons from the Story of Success – December 13, 2012
The Shires and Thoroughbreds of Academia – December 20, 2012  
Five Lessons for Science Teachers – March 7, 2013
Silver Linings: Joi Ito on Learnings, Authority and Kickstarter – March 24, 2013 
Why Writing is your Single Most Important Skill – April 9, 2013
Silver Linings: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish – April 28, 2013 
Thinking about STEM – May 2, 2013
Silver Linings: Podcasts and the Love of Learning – May 12, 2013
Silver Linings: Conferences, and flying around the world – August 11, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Setting up and maintaining your Google Scholar profile – August 20, 2013
Silver Linings: For the love of reading, and my Kindle – August 25, 2013
Five platforms to increase the visibility of your research – September 5, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Improving Narrative in Multidisciplinary Projects through Blogging – September 17, 2013
The Essential Conference Clothes – September 26, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Turning your dissertation into journal papers – October 1, 2013
What can the success of Malcolm Gladwell teach us about gaps in science outreach and communication?  – October 20, 2013
Writers’ Lab: 7 Most Common Resume Writing Mistakes to Avoid – October 29, 2013
Introducing PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer –  November 12, 2013
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Finding Housing in The Netherlands when Coming from Abroad –  November 14, 2013
Writing an abstract before finishing the research –  November 21, 2013
Preparing  for life after the PhD: re-train your brain – November 24, 2013
Finding employment outside of academia – November 26, 2013
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to Plan your Career in Science – November 28, 2013
Scheduling class preparation time – December 3, 2013
Four Tips That Will Get You Noticed During a Job Interview – December 8, 2013
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Cultivating the Art of Writing – December 12, 2013
How Successful Women Balance Work and Life – December 17, 2013
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: the Curious Case of the Academic Nomads – December 19, 2013
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Getting Started with Working in a Research Lab – January 9, 2014
An Expat Scholar’s View from the Gulf – January 14, 2014
Time management in Academia: Balancing teaching and research – January 21, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Leveraging your Job Seeking Position by Highlighting your Academic Skills – January 23, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Explaining the value of your science to friends and family – February 20, 2014
The first semester of teaching, and my current struggles – February 25, 2014
Juggling tasks as a young faculty member – February 27, 2014
Why are there so few women tenured professors – March 2, 2014
Workloads in academia – March 9, 2014
Adjunct positions in academia – March 11, 2014
Top 3 tips for literature review success –  March 16, 214
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer:  Academic Culture and the PhD Experience – March 20, 2014
Graduate school per field – March 27, 2014
Passing the Peak Moment of the Semester – April 8, 2014
The second life of the dissertation – April 15, 2014
Apprenticeship in co-authoring papers – April 22, 2014
Is university expensive? – April 27, 2014
Writers’ Lab: Five steps to completing your first draft – the academic edition – April 29, 2014
Twitter in Academia: Results from 116 marine scientists – May 25, 2014
Accommodating different learning styles in (traditional) lectures – May 29, 2014
Managing email in Academia – June 1, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to know when to change course in your research – June 5, 2014
The GRE as preparation for Graduate School – June 10, 2014
A nomad’s life: on working on two continents – June 12, 2014
Where are all the women in science? – June 22, 2014
Lecture on the Impostor Syndrome – July 1, 2014
Asking questions at conferences – July 10, 2014
Storify on Gender in Academia – July 13, 2014
Being smart is not enough – Four factors necessary for success – July 24, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Navigating Responsibilities as a Young Faculty Member – August 7, 2014
How you should prepare for a career outside of academia: 7 lucky tips for a smoother transition – August 14, 2014
USC Rossier’s “The Essential #EdChat Resource Guide” – August 21, 2014
5 Ways to Use Social Media as a Professor or Graduate Student – August 26, 2014
What is Digital Scholarship? – August 28, 2014
The Passionate PhD: Let purpose and excitement drive your academic schedule – September 25, 2014
Color coding is your friend – September 30, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to find focus for Deep Work – October 2, 2014
Website with academic profiles – Peerologie – October 7, 2014
Time neither stretches nor shrinks – October 9, 2014
People plan, and life laughs – October 14, 2014
An academic schedule from the lab bench – October 16, 2014
Thinking inside and outside the box: finding a realistic academic schedule – October 30, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Finding and Academic Schedule that Works – November 6, 2014
What the President of the United States can teach Graduate Students on Academic Schedules – November 11, 2014
Finding Structure in Academic Schedules – November 13, 2014
Social Media for Teaching – November 18, 2014
The ebb and flow of the academic year – November 25, 2014
When workshops and lectures give you a fixed schedule – November 27, 2014
A schedule that motivates you – December 2, 2014
PhD Talk Interview: Creating your Career, post PhD – January 20, 2015
Self Care in Academia: How going to the gym keeps me sane in graduate school – January 27, 2015
Self Care in Academia: Balancing studies and a family – January 29, 2015
23 Things Top Students Do – or Maybe Don’t Do – February 19, 2015
Catching the technology wave – February 26, 2015
Self-care: PhD while parenting vision – March 3, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Self-care in academia – March 5, 2015
Self-care in academia: a work in progress – March 10, 2015
Lines in the sand and boundaries – Surviving Graduate School – March 12, 2015
Self-care in the face of affect tourism – March 17, 2015
Does anyone in academia even know self-care and its value? – March 19, 2015
Avoiding mental burnout by organizing your day around self-care activities – March 24, 2015
Stumbling towards grace with self-care in academia – March 26, 2015
Pulling the plug as an act of self-care – March 31, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What I wish I’d known one year ago when I started as a professor – April 2, 2015
Volunteering as an act of self-care – April 7, 2015
I am Kelly Dillon, and This is How I work – April 9. 2015
I am Auriel Fournier, and This is How I work – April 16, 2015
Registration Open for the Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop – April 21, 2015
I am Howard Scott and This is How I Work – April 23, 2015
The Case for Arrogance – April 28, 2015
I am Eric Martell and This is How I Work – May 5, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to start up a new laboratory – May 7, 2015
Self-care in Academia: How to keep sane and healthy while traveling and shifting countries – May 12, 2015
I am Matthew Hanchard and This is How I Work – May 14, 2015
I am Sebastian Zimmer and This is How I Work – May 21, 2015
I am William Slaton and This is How I Work – June 2, 2015
I am Jeff Havixbeck and This is How I Work – June 9, 2015
I am Gabriela Hajduk and This is How I Work – June 16, 2015
I am Daniel Orellana and This is How I Work – June 23, 2015
I am Willian Behun and This is How I Work – June 30, 2015
I am Salameh Abu Rmeileh and This is How I Work – July 7, 2015
I am George Musgrave and This is How I Work – July 14 – 2015
I am Adrian Letchford and This is How I Work – July 21, 2015
I am Katherine Firth and This is How I Work – July 28, 2015
I am Paul Brownbill and This is How I Work – August 4, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to outline the planning for a semester – August 6, 2015
I am Catherine Pope and This is How I Work – August 11, 2015
Q&A: Further exploring self-care in academia – August 13, 2015
I am Ondrej Cernotik and This is How I Work – August 18, 2015
I am Sarah Morton and This is How I Work – August 25, 2015
I am Stephanie and This is How I Work – September 1, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to start blogging as a researcher – September 3, 2015
I am a PhD Candidate from Griffith University and This is How I Work – September 8, 2015
I am Jonathan Laskovsky and This is How I Work – September 22, 2015
Book review: A Scholar’s Guide to Getting Published in English – September 24, 2015
I am Ashley Williamson and This is How I Work – September 29, 2015
I am Chris Jones and This is How I Work – October 6, 2015
I am Scott Furtwengler and This is How I Work – October 13, 2015
I am Nathan Ryder and This is How I Work – October 20, 2015
I am David McArdle and This is How I Work – October 27, 2015
I am Stevie Moore and This is How I Work – November 3, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to transition from PhD student to independent scholar – November 5, 2015
I am Navneet Vasistha and This is How I Work – November 10, 2015
Interview with Anna Hulda Olafsdottir – November 12, 2015
I am Debanjan Guha Roy and This is How I Work – November 17, 2015
I am Matt Lawson and This is How I Work – November 24, 2015
I am T. Eugene Day and This is How I Work – December 1, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 10 reasons why I love academia – December 3, 2015
I am Helene Hendrika and This is How I Work – December 8, 2015
I am Robin Price and This is How I Work – December 17, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to use Twitter as a scientist – January 7, 2016
I am Shefton Parker and This is How I Work – January 12, 2016
The Road to Breaking Bridges and Stereotypes – January 14, 2016
I am Astrid Coxon and This is How I Work – January 19, 2016
I am Sarah Weldon and This is How I Work – January 26, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Online branding for scientists – February 4, 2016
I am Katrina Whittingham and This is How I Work –  February 11, 2016
I am Igor Stepanov and This is How I Work – February 18, 2016
From PhD Thesis to Journal Papers – February 23, 2016
I am Lalit Patnaik and This is How I Work – February 25, 2016
I am Gaurav Maurya and This is How I Work – March 1, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Online resources for scientists – March 3, 2016
I am Adam Summers and This is How I Work – March 8, 2016
I am Veronika Cheplygina and This is How I Work – March 15, 2016
I am Abedotun Agbemuko and This is How I Work – March 22, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: Universidad de Chile and University of Groningen, the Netherlands – March 24, 2016
I am Devin Berg and This is How I Work – March 29, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: PhD defense in Portugal – March 31, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in California – April 5, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Career opportunities after the PhD – April 7, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Sweden – April 12, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a viva at Imperial College – April 19, 2016
Q&A: Combining projects when you start your post-doc – April 21, 2016
I am Hannah Kershaw and This is How I Work – April 26, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to get the most out of career events – May 5, 2016
I am Stephanie Verkoeyen and This is How I Work – May 10, 2016
Interview with Anastasia Zinchenko from ScienceStrength – May 12, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a Viva in the United Kingdom – May 19, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense in Belgium – May 26, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Time Management essentials for Researchers – June 2, 2016
I am Mark Bradford and This is How I Work – June 7, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Finland – June 16, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in medicine from New York – June 21, 2016
I am Amanda Sewell and This is How I Work – June 23, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in political science from Penn State – June 28, 2016
I am Amanda Glaze, and This is How I Work – June 30. 2016
I am John-Alan Pascoe, and This is How I Work – July 5, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to deal with e-mail and admin in academia – July 7, 2016
Australian PhD completion: Not with a bang but a whimper – July 12, 2016
I am Quinex Chiluwe, and This is How I Work – July 14, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a PhD viva from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland – August 2, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to stay afloat during a particularly hard semester – August 4, 2016
Q&A: Self plagiarism, ethics and salami-slicing – August 9, 2016
I am Benjamin Bowman and This is How I Work – August 18, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a Viva in New Zealand – September 6, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Japan – September 20, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: tinkering at a defense in Delft – September 22, 2016
I am Seán Mac Fhearraigh and This is How I Work – September 29, 2016
I am Carolyn Harris and This is How I Work – October 4, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Surviving and thriving in academia as a young female academic – October 6, 2016
I am Lana Sinapayen and This is How I Work – October 13, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: On balancing service and other academic responsibilities – November 3, 2016
Pregnancy and parental leave during the Tenure Track – November 8, 2016
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to build up an (international) network – December 1, 2016
Q&A: The “Lean and Mean” class prep method – December 6, 2016
Grant writing advice – December 20, 2016
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Modern History and Literature from the USA – December 22, 2016
Testing positive – December 29, 2016
I am Jenny Lendrum, and This is How I Work – January 3, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: On sustaining reading habits – January 5, 2017
How to work in a microbiology lab after an 8.8 earthquake – January 17, 2017
I am Sophie Kromholz, and This is How I Work – January 19, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Spain – January 26, 2017
I am Nels Lindahl, and This is How I Work – February 14, 2017
I am James Towers, and This is How I Work – February 21, 2017
I am Alayna Cole, and This is How I Work – March 14, 2017
I am Vincent Peters, and This is How I Work – March 21, 2017
I am Jennifer Polk, and This is How I Work – March 28, 2017
I am Brett Say, and This is How I Work – April 4, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Twenty best books for researchers – April 6, 2017
I am Nyasha Junior, and This is How I Work – April 18, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in medicine from France – April 20, 2017
Q&A: PhD and Pregnancy – May 2, 2017
I am Jennifer Askey, and This is How I Work – May 11, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a viva in linguistics from Cambridge – May 16, 2017
I am Pranoti Kshirsagar, and This is How I Work – May 18, 2017
I am Christian Olele, and This is How I Work – May 25, 2017
I am Arun Verma, and This is How I Work – May 30, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Using Researchgate and Academia.edu for research – June 1, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Chemistry from Canada – June 6, 2017
I am Maryse Bourgault, and This is How I Work – June 8, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in bioinformatics from Belgium – June 13, 2017
I am Echo Rivera, and This is How I Work – June 15, 2017
How I got tenure – June 20, 2017
Q&A: Participating in roundtable discussions – June 22, 2017
I am Annelies Van de Ven, and This is How I Work – June 29, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to deal with the two-body problem – July 6, 2017
I am Rebecca Gelding, and This is How I Work – July 13, 2017
I am Coleen Clemens, and This is How I Work – July 20, 2017
Is blogging “work” or “hobby” – August 8, 2017
I am Ana Adi, and This is How I Work – August 10, 2017
I am Jaime, and This is How I Work – August 17, 2017
I am a Psychology Professor, and This is How I work – August 22, 2017
Research and pregnancy: My story (Part 1) – August 24, 2017
Research and pregnancy: Some advice – August 29, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense from Ukraine – September 5, 2017
Get me the d@mn PDF: how I turned research procrastination into a new way to access research papers – September 14, 2017
On teaching loads in academia – September 19, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense from Germany – October 3, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: First aid when you are feeling overwhelmed – October 5, 2017
How to write a cover letter – October 12, 2017
How to review a journal paper – October 17, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense in Nursing from the United States – October 19, 2017
How many conferences do academics attend per year – October 24, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense (without a Defense) in Biology from UC Berkeley – October 26, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to select which conference to attend – November 2, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense from Russia – November 7, 2017
I am Stephanie Zihms, and This is How I Work – November 9, 2017
How much time does it take to review a paper? – November 21, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: The textbook pantomime villain? An external examiner’s view – November 23, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 20 productivity tips for researchers – December 7, 2017
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Education in the USA – December 12, 2017
On reviewing loads – December 14, 2017
How often do academics blog? – December 26, 2017
On suggesting reviewers for peer review – December 28, 2017
Q&A: What does my job look like? – January 30, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to use LinkedIn as an academic – February 1, 2018 
Research and Pregnancy: My story (Part 2) – February 6, 2018
Research and Maternity Leave: My Story (Part 3) – February 8, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Neuroscience from Australia – February 13, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in Northern Ireland – February 15, 2018
I am Olga Degtyareva, and This is How I Work – February 20, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense from Literature at the University of New Mexico – February 22, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to author academic books – March 1, 2018
Maternity leave in academia – March 6, 2018
The End of Average – or how to tailor higher education to the individual student – March 8, 2018
Research and breastfeeding: My story (part 4) – March 13, 2018
I am Michelle  Thompson, and This is How I Work – March 22, 2018
Reading habits in academia – March 27, 2018
I am Kerry McCullough, and This is How I Work – April 3, 2018
Open access publishing – April 12, 2018
Communication with your chair: Tips your chair wants you to know – April 17, 2018
I am Susan Thomson, and This is How I Work – April 19, 2018
I am Ghayda Aljuwaiser, and This is How I Work – April 24, 2018
Publishing expectations on the Tenure Track – April 26, 2018
When is an academic “mid-career”? – May 8, 2018
Do you write discussions to journal papers? – May 15, 2018
I am Nicolai Brodersen Hansen, and This is How I Work – May 17, 2018
Struggles in academia – May 24, 2018
I am Margaret Breidenbaugh, and This is How I Work – May 31, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: What reviewers look for in your submission – June 7, 2018 
I am Kimberley Mitchell, and This is How I Work – June 19, 2018 
I am Rasheda Weaver, and This is How I Work – June 21, 2018
How much time does it take to go from data analysis to manuscript draft? – July 3, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Measuring your service efforts as a reviewer through Publons – July 5, 2018
Stress levels in academia – July 26, 2018 
What drives the day of an academic? – July 31, 2018
I am Alexandre Pinto, and This is How I Work – August 7, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense at Ohio State – August 9, 2018
I am Tammy Evans Yonce, and This is How I Work – August 14, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense from the University of Charleston – August 16, 2018
Which email address do academics use? – August 21, 2018
I am Chris McComb, and This is How I Work – August 23, 2018
First generation students – August 28, 2018
Publishing advice from a journal editor – August 30, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in chemistry at the University of Edinburgh – September 4, 2018 
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense in medieval history at the Catholic University of America – September 11, 2018
I am Philip Shields and This is How I Work – September 13, 2018
Passive voice in academic writing – October 2, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Failure in Academia – October 4, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a defense at Wayne State University – October 11, 2018
I am Marie Morganelli, and This is How I Work – October 16, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: a PhD defense in Egypt – October 18, 2018
Conference dress codes – October 23, 2018
Challenges with academic writing – October 30, 2018 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to start a new research topic as a post-doc – November 1, 2018
First person in academic writing – November 27, 2018 
I am Diogo Aguiam, and This is How I Work – November 29, 2018
PhD Defenses around the world: I passed and you will too – December 4, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 20 gift ideas for academics – December 6, 2018
I am Joni Gilissen, and This is How I Work – December 11, 2018
Summer holidays in academia – December 13, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Open Access Publishing – January 3, 2019
I am Andrew Watson, and This is How I Work – January 8, 2019
I am Lauren Drogos, and This is How I Work – January 15, 2019
I am Paul Hanstedt, and This is How I Work – January 17, 2019
I am Dave Shriberg, and This is How I Work – January 22, 2019
Are we teaching lectures at the ideal length? – January 29, 2019
I am Matthew, Reid Krell, and This is How I Work – January 31, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Activism in Academia – February 7, 2019
I am Brian Sigmon, and This is How I Work – February 12, 2019
I am Signe Asberg, and This is How I Work – February 14, 2019
I am Meira Kensky, and This is How I Work – February 19, 2019
I am Steven Shaw, and This is How I Work – February 21, 2019 
How long is a reasonable amount of time for peer review? – February 26, 2019 
Working hours in academia – February 28, 2019
I am Miguel Abambres, and This is How I Work – March 5, 2019
Moving towards more open access publishing? – March 12, 2019
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense in Portugal – March 14, 2019
I am Misty Paig-Tran, and This is How I Work – March 26, 2019
I am Suzan Verberne, and This is How I Work as an Academic Parent – March 28, 2019
Academia’s favorite pens – April 2, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Academic Honesty and the Dark Side of Academia – April 4, 2019
The carbon footprint of academic conference travel – April 23, 2019
Peer review and the journal impact factor – April 25, 2019
How sleep-deprived are academics? – April 30, 2019 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: The Challenges of Parenting and Academia – May 2, 2019 
Introducing the neuroethics police podcast – May 9, 2019 
Publication metrics – May 16, 2019
Peer review preferences – May 21, 2019
PhD Defenses around the world: a PhD Defense from New Zealand – May 23, 2019
PhD Defenses around the world: a viva in Linguistics from England – May 28, 2019
Publication targets are absurd – June 4, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Publishing advice from the perspective of an editor – June 6, 2019
What to buy for an academic – June 11, 2019
Author contributions on papers – June 13, 2019
Preprints or not? – June 27, 2019 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Don’t make these nine mistakes when submitting a journal paper – July 4, 2019
What does Open Science mean to me, and why is it important? – July 16, 2019 
How much of our time is spent on service? – July 18, 2019
I am Robert Lepenies, and This is How I Work – July 25, 2019
The shallows in academia – July 30, 2019 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Defining thesis topics for undergraduate students – August 1, 2019
How do scientists react to take-down notices – August 6, 2019
The desks of academia – August 13, 2019
What do you do when you receive a review invitation for a very poorly written abstract – August 20, 2019
I am Steve Tippins, and This is How I Work – September 10, 2019
Favorite social media platform for research – September 17, 2019 
PhD Defenses around the world: A PhD Defense at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam – September 19, 2019
I am Dominique Maciejewski, and This is How I Work – September 24, 2019
I am Munirah Al Ajlan, and This is How I Work – September 26, 2019
Life as a Dissertation Committee member – October 1, 2019
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Creative thinking for the 21st century – October 3rd 2019
When reviewers want you to cite their work – October 10, 2019
Inbox zero in academia – October 17, 2019
I am Clayton Mansel, and This is How I Work – October 24, 2019
I am Hanan Hindy, and This is How I Work – October 31, 2019 
I am Zaira Arvelo, and This is How I Work – November 5, 2019
I am Jack Whitter-Jones, and This is How I Work – November 12, 2019
I am Ayesha Scott, and This is How I Work – December 3, 2019
I am Anna Clemens, and This is How I Work – December 17, 2019 
I am Felienne Hermans, and This is How I Work – January 16, 2020
PhD Defenses around the world: a Defense in Argentina – January 28, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to find time for reading when you have a faculty position – February 6, 2020
I am Jessica Martin, and This is How I Work – February 18, 2020
I am Martin Miguel, and This is How I Work – March 3, 2020 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to return to academia from the industry – March 5, 2020
Poll on tools for online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – March 24, 2020
Q&A: How to start working as a language editor – March 31, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: My best tips for writing successful proposals for ECRs – April 2, 2020
Celebrating the legacy of Senator Fulbright – April 16, 2020
I am Caitlyn Cardetti, and This is How I Work – April 23, 2020
PhD defenses around the world: a viva at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – April 28, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTranser: Post-doc or faculty position after the PhD – May 7, 2020
A comprehensive guide to maintaining consistency while drafting a research paper – May 12, 2020
PhD Defenses around the world: A Zoom defense from Indonesia to New Zealand – May 14, 2020
Explorations into Blended Flexible Learning – June 2, 2020 
PhD Defenses around the world: a digital defense during a local pandemic – June 16, 2020
I am Nicole Pierce, and This is How I Work as an Academic Parent – June 18, 2020
Resuming conference travel after (?) covid -19 – July 7, 2020
I am Ivan, and This is How I Work as an Academic Parent – July 16, 2020
PhD Defenses around the world: a viva in education in COVID-19 times – August 4, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: my experience in writing two books as an editor –  August 6, 2020
Using entrance tickets for a class – August 11, 2020
PhD Talk for Academic Transfer: How to manage email as a Professor – September 3, 2020
I am Marcus Christiansen, and This is How I Work as an Academic Parent – September 10, 2020
I am Rasha Shanaz, and This is How I Work  – September 15, 2020
I am Brooke Deak, and This is How I Work – September 24, 2020
On developing reading habits – October 27, 2020
PhD defenses around the world: a defense in Pakistan – October 30, 2020
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Defending your PhD in the Netherlands – November 5, 2020
On appreciation of the engineering program at Vrije Universiteit Brussel – November 26, 2020 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Ergonomics when working from home – January 7, 2021
Receiving coaching the become full professor – January 29, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer – Challenges and opportunities for researchers during COVID-19 – February 4, 2021
What to do when you encounter plagiarism – February 11, 2021
Defenses around the world: dealing with resubmission after the UK viva – March 9, 2021I am Maxine Britto, and This is How I Work as an Academic Parent – March 11, 2021

COVID-19 and research – March 16, 2021
A day without Zoom calls – March 18, 2021
The joys of teaching a PhD online
– March 23, 2021<
My Spring 2021 Weekly Template – March 25, 2021

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to make the most of a virtual conference – April 1, 2021

A year of working from home – April 13, 2021
Training supervisors to be committee members – April 22, 2021

Some mid-career challenges – May 4, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Options for virtual learning during (and after?) COVID-19 – May 6, 2021
Q&A: How to select students – May 18, 2021
I am Casey Jakubowski, and This is How I Work – May 20, 2021
PhD Defenses around the world: A virtual defense in the Czech Republic – May 27, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Academia – June 3, 2021
My goals for Summer 2021 – June 10, 2021
Current struggles with time – June 15, 2021
Q&A: Experience as an assistant professor – June 29, 2021
Q & A: Building research experience – July 8, 2021
Reflecting on my goals for Summer 2021 – July 22, 2021
Midcareer challenges – July 27, 2021
How I spent my time in Summer 2021 – July 29, 2021
Unethical authorship solicitations – August 3, 2021
Working from home post-pandemic
– August 10, 2021
My Fall 2021 weekly template – August 17, 2021
Work hours during COVID-19 – August 19, 2021
Challenges and Opportunities for Academic Parents During COVID-19 – August 31, 2021
Research on the doctoral defense – September 7, 2021
Returning to campus – September 9, 2021
More research on the doctoral defense – September 21, 2021
Useful references for new teachers – September 23, 2021
What does a professor do? – September 28, 2021
Q & A: How to “count” blogging – September 30, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to learn new Skills as a Researcher – October 7, 2021
Q&A: Having a baby on the tenure track – October 14, 2021

Structural Engineering

Software review: Codeform and Codeproof – June 25, 2011
Structural engineering conferences – September 11, 2011
Journal top 5 – January 21, 2012
Smart Materials, made in Delft – December 18, 2012
First Time at the TRB Annual Meeting – March 5, 2013
PhD opportunities in Structural Mechanics – University of Cape Town – August 18, 2013
Eurocode design sheets for structural engineers – January 16, 2014
Why you should study civil engineering – August 27, 2015
Q&A: TU Delft or Georgia Tech for an MSc. in Structural Engineering – June 14, 2016

Q & A: How to determine the effective width in shear – October 12, 2021

Productivity and Time Management

First steps in speed reading – September 16, 2010
A few good friday habits – September 17, 2010
Friday already? – October 8, 2010
How a few software tools created several hours per week – November 8, 2010
How staying longer at work resulted in getting less work done
– December 9, 2010
Some motivational words – January 8, 2011
Reflections on Lifehack’s 11 things to avoid in 2011 – January 16, 2011
7 ways to motivate yourself – January 29, 2011
Ten tips for a better concentration – February 3, 2011
How I started to take my own planning and deadlines seriously – February 7, 2011
5 tips to boost your productivity – February 14, 2011
Five ways to jumpstart your day – February 17, 2011
Seven simple steps to tackle writer’s block – February 21, 2011
Strengths or challenge – February 26, 2011
An afternoon without network connection – March 14, 2011 
Decisions and priorities – March 27, 2011
Gremlins and procrastination – April 3, 2011
Leechblock – May 27, 2011
Using shortcuts to write faster – July 17, 2011
Focus Booster – July 22, 2011
Blog post about holidays – August 25, 2011
Five helpful websites – September 3, 2011
Five pitfalls to avoid when working from home – October 10, 2011
Cleaning out the information stream – January 8, 2012
Inserting the chapter title to the header in Word 2010 –  February 12, 2012
The writer’s little helper – March 19, 2012
Improving your Spotify experience – April 2, 2012
To Pomodoro or not to Pomodoro – April 5, 2012
The benefits of 750 words – April 26, 2012
My time management system – June 5, 2012
How to stop making excuses – July 6, 2012
On morning routines – September 19, 2012
A fresh start – October 4, 2012
The active bird catches the worm – October 23, 2012
Towards better concentration in five steps – October 25, 2012
Introducing: Writers’ Lab – January 10, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Writing for non-native speakers – January 15, 2013
Writers’ Lab: A personal Narrative on Writing – January 22, 2013
Writers’ Lab: 750 words versus longhand journaling –  January 29, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Make Your First Draft Fun – February 5, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Writing Academic English for Non-Native Speakers – February 12, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Seven Lessons from Academic Writing – February 19, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: Overview of Journals on Structural and Bridge Engineering – March 12, 2013
One powerful trick to boost your productivity – March 14, 2013
Writers’ Lab: A Writing Diet – March 19, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: The Art of Writing Compelling Figure Captions – March 26, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Writing More Compelling Articles and Blog Posts – April 2, 2013
Why do we procrastinate – April 4, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: List of Common Mistakes – April 16, 2013
Six Essential Elements in Writing To Dos – April 18, 2013
Writers’ Lab: How You should Start Writing from Day 1 – April 23, 2013
Writing and Cravings – April 25, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Five Ways of Getting in the Zone – April 30, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: A Quick Hack for Writing with Less Disturbances – May 7, 2013
Writers’ Lab: How to put a landscape table on a portrait page – May 21, 2013
Teach yourself Speed reading – May 23, 2013
Consider the Internet as a Tool, not a Time-suck – May 30, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Turning passive sentences into the active voice – June 18, 2013 
Writer’s Lab: A Quick Tip for Proofreading – July 9, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: Constructing effective outlines using assertive language – July 16, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: A drastic revision strategy for improving your paper’s story and organization – July 23, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: Editing your writing, paper-less style – August 13, 2013 
Writers’ Lab: Experimenting with expertise – August 27, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Six lessons we can learn from a family of writers – September 3, 2013
Writers’ Lab: #GoScholarGo – September 24, 2013 
Planning for success – an update on my time management system – October 3, 2013
Writers’ Lab: 5 Lessons from 3 Years of Blogging – October 8, 2013
Keeping your spreadsheets under control – October 10, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Why writing is (not) like sculpting – October 22, 2013
What to do when your planning fails – October 24, 2013
The First 20 Hours – How to learn anything – November 3, 2013 
Setting goals for 2014 – January 5, 2014
Silver Linings: Binaural Beats for Study and Writing – January 12, 2014

Inbox Zero: Getting your mailbox under control – March 4, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to manage a research project –  March 6, 2014
When Procrastination makes your Motivation sink – April 6, 2014
Tips for Productive Planning and Using Lists – April 10, 2014
The balance between planning and room for spontaneity – April 13, 2014
How much time does it take to write a paper? – April 24, 2014
Writers’ Lab: 30 Ways to tackle Writer’s Block – May 6, 2014
Writers’ Lab: How I wrote a Draft Paper in 8 hours – May 13, 2014
The routines of Highly Creative People – May  22, 2014
5 Great Apps fro Grad Students – May 27, 2014
Software review: TuneUp – June 3, 2014
How I tamed my smartphone – June 24, 2014 
What I learned from planning my academic life to the minute – June 29, 2014
Writers’ Lab: Varying sentence length for better writing – July 8, 2014
Writers’ Lab: 10 Tips for more Productive Academic Writing – July 27, 2014
An example outline for structuring your dissertation – August 3, 2014
Writers’ Lab: Writing practices of a postdoc in the sciences – September 2, 2014 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How I manage my papers in progress – September 4, 2014
Writers’ Lab: Writer, write and write some more – September 9, 2014
Challenge your office mentality – September 11, 2014
How to become a productive slacker – September 16, 2014
PhD Writing with a baby – September 18, 2014
Writer’s Lab: Experiences from the Writing Process – September 23, 2014
Writing with Music – When Spotify doesn’t work – November 20, 2014
Evaluation of my goals for 2014 – December 18, 2014
The best laid schemes of mice and men – January 6, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to set goals and resolutions for the New Year – January 8, 2015
My goals for 2015 – January 22, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 10 Ways for more efficient teaching – February 5, 2015
Time Management in Academia, or, Educated Chaos – June 18, 2015
Evaluating my goals for 2015 – December 22, 2015 
Time management for MSc students – August 16, 2016 
Tips for using Mendeley referencing – September 27, 2016 
Q&A: Notes in PDF files – November 15, 2016
E-book and reference articles from proofreading website – November 29, 2016 
You can still be productive even when procrastinating – December 15, 2016 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to find focused flow – March 2, 2017 
Q&A: Muting your inner voice during speedreading – April 13, 2017 
168 Hours Time-tracking challenge – April 27, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to initiate and build international networks – May 4, 2017
The day I wrote 14046 words – July 27, 2017 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: On sustaining writing habits – August 3, 2017
What gets measured gets done – August 15, 2017
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Locations for deep work – January 4, 2018 
Lesson learned: Writing Peer-reviewed Research Articles – February 27, 2018 
On writing habits – March 15, 2018 
On finding the right time to meet – March 29, 2018
On finding the right time to meet – poll – April 10, 2018
How to use Google Drive in an optimal way –  June 26, 2018
Use these 5 tips to save time writing any paper – June 28, 2018
What planning tools are most popular? – July 10, 2018
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Manage your energy, not your time – September 6, 2018
Poll about working from home – September 25, 2018
Six steps to create a super focused workday – September 27, 2018
What’s the first thing you do in the morning? – March 19, 2019
Tools for planning – April 16, 2019
Tips for working at night – May 30, 2019
Smartphone use in academia – June 18, 2019
On setting writing targets – June 20, 2019
When do we check and reply personal email? – July 2, 2019
How to use project management to get your PhD on track – July 9, 2019 
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to find your planning and project management tools – January 2, 2020
How I spent my time in 2019 at work – January 7, 2020
Evaluation of my 2019 goals – January 9, 2020
My goals for 2020 – January 14, 2020
Limiting your smartphone use with apps – March 12, 2020
Do you plan your yearly goals? – March 17, 2020
Working from home during covid-19 – May 19, 2020
My weekly template for the summer 2020 semester  – May 21, 2020
Evaluation of my spring semester goals – May 26, 2020
My daily schedule in the summer of 2020 – June 23, 2020 
Experimenting with a bullet journal – July 30, 2020
A mid-year update on my 2020 goals –  August 13, 2020
Evaluation of my summer semester goals 2020 – August 18, 2020
My weekly template for the Fall Semester – August 25, 2020
Pomodone app –  August 27, 2020
Digital detox after reading Digital Minimalism – October 13, 2020
Quick note on listening to music while working – October 15, 2020
Work is never done – October 20, 2020
Q&A: Detail in planning of tasks – October 22, 2020
Digital minimalism: a review – November 24, 2020
Masterclass: Reflect on 2020 and plan 2021 – December 1, 2020
When regular schedules aren’t working anymore – December 1, 2020
The place of my desk at home – December 8, 2020
Q&A on consistency in schedules – December 15, 2020
Some thoughts on working from home without childcare – December 22, 2020
How I spent my time in 2020 at work – January 12, 2021
Goals for 2021 – January 19, 2021

Lessons learned from the first 4 months of podcasting – April 15, 2021

Computer apps I use every day – April 29, 2021

My Summer 2021 weekly template – May 25, 2021

Reflecting on Spring 2021 – June 1, 2021

PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: How to deal with the distraction of social media – July 1, 2021
Working 6 hours a day – July 13, 2021
Q&A: Focus – July 15, 2021
My current approach to scheduling time – August 26, 2021
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: Time blocking for researchers – September 2, 2021
Q & A: Scheduling work and social time – October 5, 2021

Health

The work-life balance thing – November 15, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 5: Let go – December 5, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 11: 11 things – December 11, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 12: Body integration – December 12, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 12: Body Integration – Part 2 – December 12, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 19: Healing – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 28: Achieve – January 6, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 31: Core story – January 6, 2011
First steps into mindfulness – January 7, 2011
Overcoming fear – January 9, 2011
A few thoughts on the video “Mindfulness with Jon Kabat-Zinn” – January 16, 2011
The silent creativity killer: lack of sleep – January 20, 2011
Mindfulness – your thoughts as leaves on a stream – January 23, 2011
Lack of sleep – Part two – March 6, 2011
Mindfulness – an update – March 19, 2011
Four mindful habits – April 8, 2011
More mindfulness – July 3, 2011
Using the iPhone to battle insomnia – March 22, 2012
How to make meditation a habit – April 23, 2012
Pzizz – April 28, 2012
Pranayama iPhone app – November 6, 2012
Treat Yourself to Relaxation: Silva Relaxation app – January 13, 2013
Beat stress by breathing with your diaphragm – January 20, 2013
Silver Linings: Gratitude in the Shower – January 27, 2013
Silver Linings: Meditation and Your Brain – February 3, 2013
Silver Linings: 10 minutes of Standing Yoga – February 10, 2013
Silver Linings: Kickstart your health – February 24, 2013 
Silver Linings: Your Daily Checklist – March 17, 2013
Silver Linings: Meditation, your Brain and your Heart – April 7, 2013
Silver Linings: Loving Kindness – April 21, 2013
Silver Linings: Getting started with meditation – June 2, 2013
Silver Linings: Listening to your inner circadian rhythm – June 9, 2013
Silver Linings: Study Yum – June 23, 2013 
Silver Linings: Creativity and Meditation – July 7, 2013 
Silver Linings: Hormones and your Health – July 28, 2013 
Silver Linings: On becoming totally unmoved by stressful situations – September 1, 2013
Silver Linings: Resources for yoga on the go – September 8, 2013
Writers’ Lab: Healing through writing – September 10, 2013
Silver Linings: Bikram Yoga – September 22, 2013 
Silver Linings: Creating Nurturing Morning Routines – September 29, 2013 
Staying Healthy in Graduate School – February 13, 2014
Stop, Breathe and Think app – February 23, 2014 
Silver Linings: Hydrate yourself – March 25, 2014 
When exercise takes the backseat –  April 20, 2014
Why consuming sugar is a bad idea – May 4, 2014
Long overdue update on the VeganChallenge – June 19, 2014 
Silver Linings: Gratitude – July 6, 2014 
PhD Talk Q&A: Research depression – February 17, 2015
Interview about binaural beats – October 8, 2015 
How to switch to a plant-based diet – October 25, 2016 
Taking my own advice: self-care in the academe – January 10, 2017 
Exercise in academia – January 1, 2019 
Meditation in academia – January 10, 2019 
Favorite form of exercise – July 11, 2019 
On napping – November 14, 2019 
Are we sleeping enough? – December 10, 2019
Life in times of covid-19 in Ecuador – April 21, 2020
A holiday in covid19-times – May 28, 2020 
Report on 40 days without sugar – July 23, 2020
Finding joy in difficult times – August 20, 2020
A random poll on dinner time – September 29, 2020
Further thoughts on why we sleep – February 25, 2021

Managing stress in pandemic times – April 27, 2021

Meditating every day – June 17, 2021

My current exercise routine – June 24, 2021

Travel

Reverb10 – Day 3: Moment – December 5, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 22: Travel – January 5, 2011
Magritte – February 24, 2011
A few places worth visiting in Amsterdam – March 17, 211
Keukenhof – April 10, 2011 
Silver Linings: The Ecuador Adventure – September 15, 2013
Ten things I enjoy about Ecuador – May 18, 2014
Ten things I miss about Europe – May 20, 2014
Back in the Netherlands – June 8, 2014
On waking up early – July 15, 2014
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 20 Things You Need To Know When Moving to The Netherlands – June 4, 2015
PhD Talk for AcademicTransfer: 20 Things you need to do when living in the Netherlands – July 2, 2015
Disconnecting from work – June 25, 2019

A holiday in COVID-19 times – June 8, 2021

Other

A new blog – September 14, 2010
Day zero project – October 4, 2010
Branding fail
– November 15, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 1: One word – December 5, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 4: Wonder – December 5, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 6: Make – December 6, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 8: Beautifully different – December 8, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 14: Appreciate or How I came to terms with my situation. – December 14, 2010
Reverb10 – Day 15: 5 minutes – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 16: Friendship – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 18: Try – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 20: Beyond avoidance – January 4, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 21: Future self – January 5, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 23: new name – January 5, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 25: Photo – January 6, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 26: Soul food – January 6, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 27: Ordinary Joy – January 6, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 29: Defining moment – January 6, 2011
Reverb10 – Day 30: Gift – January 6, 2011
Reflecting on Reverb10 – January 7, 2011
The importance of good communication – February 13, 2011
The Julie Project – June 5, 2011
In defense of Latin in secondary schools – June 27, 2011
Blogs I am currently following – July 18, 2011
Blog birthday! – September 15, 2011
Creating history – TEDxDelft 7 november 2011– October 19, 2011
Live blogging at TEDxDelft – November 7, 2011
Space: Research and Tourism (TEDxDelft) – November 13, 2011
Ideas – and Feynman (TEDxDelft) – November 13, 2011
Simplify – January 19, 2012
Getting your message through on Twitter – April 14, 2012
Book review: George Saunders – Pastoralia – April 30, 2012
Who buys music anyway – June 30, 2012
TEDxDelft: Never grow up – October 5th – September 23, 2012
Therion: Les Fleurs du Mal Review – September 29, 2012
Liveblogging at TEDxDelft – October 5, 2012
TEDxDelft: a recap – October 6, 2012
Storify on TEDxDelft – October 6, 2012
TEDxDelft LiveBloggers – October 7, 2012
Vrouwennetwerk 2.0 – October 28, 2012
Lest We Forget – November 11, 2012
Never Grow Up, Today but also Tomorrow – November 15, 2012
Why Blend In if you can Stand Out – November 22, 2012
Manon’s Tales from the Road – November 25, 2012
A Wonderful World of Sensations – December 4, 2012
Affiliate Links and Sponsorship Opportunities – December 16, 2012
Happy Holidays – December 23, 2012
Calling for Contributions – January 3, 2013
In Her Language – January 6, 2013
PhD Talk on Brazen Careerist – January 7, 2013
TRB Annual Meeting – Social Media and an App, done Right – February 28, 2013 
Silver Linings: Kickstart your Change – April 14, 2013 
Silver Linings: The PhDcat(s) – May 5, 2013
PhD Talk among Top 100 Thesis and Dissertation references on the web – May 16, 2013
Silver Linings: Favorite flashmob – May 19, 2013
Silver Linings: What I learned from “Stoppen met Shoppen” – May 26, 2013 
PhD Talk, post PhD – August 1, 2013
Silver Linings: Discover your major strengths – August 4, 2013  
Comparing traveling by public transport to traveling by car from Belgium to the Netherlands  – October 13, 2013
The Future of PhD Talk – December 1, 2013 
Silver Linings: the Fruits of Ecuador – December 15, 2013 
Holidays at PhD Talk – December 22, 2013
Dardos award –  March 30, 2014
Replacing Blockify by EZBlocker – July 17, 2014 
On moving across continents – July 22, 2014
Some changes to PhD Talk – August 12, 2014
Season’s greetings from Quito – December 23, 2014
2014 in review: the 10 best CD releases – January 13, 2015
2014 in review: the 10 best books I read in 2014 – January 15, 2015
2015 in review: 10 best CD releases – December 15, 2015
Happy Holidays – December 24, 2015
2015 in review: the 10 best books I read in 2015 – January 5, 2016 
Musical instruments for Ecuador – May 31, 2016 
Q&A: My super-writing records – November 1, 2016
2016 in review: the 10 best CD releases – December 13, 2016
2016 in review: the 10 best books I read in 2016 – December 27, 2016
Paid opportunities for PhD Candidates – January 12, 2017
Q&A: Binaural beats – July 4, 2017
Ten best albums of 2017 – January 2, 2018
Ten best books I read in 2017 – January 9, 2018
Twenty best albums of all time – May 22, 2018
The 10 best albums of 2018 – December 25, 2018
The 10 best books I read in 2018 – December 27, 2018
Ten best books I read in 2019 – December 24, 2019
Ten best albums of 2019 – December 26, 2019
How to keep a toddler entertained during a lockdown – June 25, 2020
Why I’m less active on social media these days – June 30, 2020 
Ten years of PhD Talk – September 14, 2020
Introducing the PhD Talk podcast – December 3, 2020
10 best books I read in 2020 – December 24, 2020
10 best albums of 2020 – December 29, 2020
2020 in review – December 31, 2020
Reflecting on 10 years of blogging – January 14, 2021
Proposal for scientific literacy in secondary school – January 21, 2021
Finding more joy – February 18, 2021
Lessons learned from the first 4 months of podcasting – April 15, 2021
A year of the COVID-19 pandemic – May 11, 2021
How to read many books – August 12, 2021
Health issues – September 14, 2021

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