General
Survival
A Mathematician's Survival Guide, Steven G. Krantz
The Survival of a Mathematician, Steven G. Krantz
Career Advice From an Oldish NotQuite Geezer, Robert J. Sternberg
Four Golden Lessons, Steven Weinberg
Advice for the Young Scientist, John Baez
Letters to a Young Mathematician, Ian Stewart
Advice to a Young Mathematician, Sir Michael Atiyah, Bela Bollobas, Alain Connes, Dusa McDuff, and Peter Sarnak
Useful Things to Know When Starting Graduate School, UC Davis
Beginning Our Careers, edited by Curtis D. Bennett and Annalisa Crannell
This is What I Hope I’ve Taught You, Christine Carter
Choosing an Advisor, Dan Margalit
Habits
Ten Lessons I Wish I Had Been Taught, GianCarlo Rota
Career Advice, Terry Tao
The Three Things Exercise, Ravi Vakil
Eleven things I'm glad I knew (or wish I'd known) as a grad
student, Benson Farb
The Awesomest 7Year Postdoc or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the TenureTrack Faculty Life, Radhika Nagpal
Happiness Tip: Develop Grit, Christine Carter
Imposter Syndrome
21 Proven Ways to Overcome Impostor Syndrome
Feel Like a Fraud?, Kirsten Weir
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome, Marion Sewer
You do not need to work 80 hours a week to succeed in academia, Meghan Duffy
Etiquette
Some Points of Etiquette for Mathematicians
A Scientist's Guide to Academic Etiquette, Female Science Professor
Time Management
Time Management, Randy Pausch
Time management for new faculty, Anastassia Ailamaki and Johannes Gehrke
Summary of Time Management Discussion at Faculty Retreat, Dave Patterson
Time Savers: Teaching, Scholarship, Service, Mike Arnzen
Good Deeds That Are Most Punished: Part 1: Teaching, Part 2: Service, Part 3: Research, David D. Perlmutter
Emacs Org Mode
Personal Kanban
Process
On proof and progress in mathematics, William Thurston
What's a mathematician to do?, Bill Thurston
Workshops
Career Mentoring Workshop
Path of Professorship
Topology Students Workshop
Health and Balance
The health hazards of sitting
Work Life Balance, Academic Coaching & Writing
This is what I hope I’ve taught you, Christine Carter
