An "AMA", short for "Ask Me Anything", science series, was recently created by some UCSF staff on Reddit*. Although new, the AMA grew popular and made the front page!
Here's a brief description of what the AMA is about from its page:
"We work in one of the few offices in the country dedicated to helping students (health professional, life sciences, population and social sciences) and postdocs navigate the job market. Our team designs career & professional development programs and resources, and offers 1:1 counseling support to graduate-level biomedical trainees.
Feel free to ask us anything about how biomedical scientists can prepare and position themselves for the job market, how institutions can provide career development support to their PhD-level trainees, or strategies to improve the career prospects of the nation’s STEM PhD’s."
It has already garnered over 300 comments since its inception!
Check out the AMA series here!
*Reddit, a very popular site nowadays, is essentially an online bulletin board where users can participate in social networking, enjoy entertainment, and catch up on the latest news/gossips.