I realized yesterday that I put the new Pre-tenure Advice page up without actually writing a post to introduce it. I've added new posts as they come in and will continue to do so. I also plan on routing through some other blogs and I've got to spend a bit of time looking through my own archives as well, but there's a daunting number of posts there to contend with. For the moment, this is a summary of what people submitted, but keep them coming and the main page will be updated accordingly.
Some of the advice I got starting out
Surviving the pre tenure years
Navigating the Tenure Track
How I Survived The Junior Faculty Years
How to get tenure in 90 minutes
Not trained for it
Cackle of Rad
On navigation and trust on the TT
Lab people and culture:
The New PI
Establishing lab culture in a new lab
What kind of a mentor do I want to be?
Planning and executing research:
Risks in research: why you have to take them
The New PI
20% protected time to generate new ideas
No advice on surviving the TT
Pre-tenure Advice: Blocking out time for your research
Getting things done in academia
K99/K00 award management:
The First Year:
The first days of a new tenure-track faculty job
Dwelling on the positives
Repost: What to expect in the first year
The Second Year:
Risk Management and betting on oneself
How Many Papers for Tenure?
Slowly letting the lecture go
How do you choose your pre-tenure service?