Don’t Let Academia Consume You
How to Tell Whether You’re the Victim of a Bad Peer Review
Science-ing from Home Isn’t Easy. Our Humor Columnist Shares His Tips.
Authors Who Write Wickedly Funny Books
Selected by Ezvid Wiki for “Authors Who Write Wickedly Funny Books.”
Don’t Be That Guy: A Guide to Asking Nonstupid Questions During Scientific Talks
Before Applying for Your Dream Science Job, Google Thyself
Our Experimental Error columnist shares tips for sanitizing your online presence.
A Scientist’s Hierarchy of Free Food
Our Experimental Error columnist is a self-professed free food connoisseur.
Experi-mentoring: Where to Turn When Your PI Can’t Help
Our Experimental Error columnist says that mentorship can come in many forms.
Grad Students to Thesis Committees: No More Hors d’Oeuvres
Our Experimental Error columnist argues that professors shouldn’t expect food at committee meetings.
A Guide to Diagnosing and Treating “Undergraduate Awesomeness”
Our Experimental Error columnist offers advice for mentoring overconfident undergrads.
Try Stand-Up for a Second Act
Article in The Beacon about a stand-up comedy series in Columbia, MD.
How Do You Doogie? Science’s Infatuation with Young Prodigies
Our Experimental Error columnist reflects on the allure of youth.
What Can Scientists Learn from Stand-Up Comedy?
Our Experimental Error columnist shares lessons for giving effective presentations inspired by performing comedy.
Mixed Media Circus
An essay on humor in art that I wrote for the catalogue of Jim Condron’s “Trash Talk: History in Assemblage” at the Delaware Contemporary Art Museum. Essay starts on page 7.