Posts Tagged: career

The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL III).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $10,000,000 (SN).

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The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL III).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $10,000,000 (SN).

The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL II).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $1,000,000 (SN).

The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL II).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $1,000,000 (SN).

The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL I).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $100,000 (SN).

The “I somehow convinced someone to part with a lot of money for science” badge (LEVEL I).

A badge for those who, over a career acting as principal investigator, have secured total research funding awards in excess of $100,000 (SN).

The “world’s foremost expert on an obscure subject” badge.

In which the recipient is the leading expert in a fieldthat few others share an interest in. (MH)

The “world’s foremost expert on an obscure subject” badge.

In which the recipient is the leading expert in a fieldthat few others share an interest in. (MH)

The “somewhat confused as to what scientific field I actually belong to” badge

Also known as the transdiscplinary, interdiscplinary, multidisciplinary, or intradisciplinary badge. (D)

The “somewhat confused as to what scientific field I actually belong to” badge

Also known as the transdiscplinary, interdiscplinary, multidisciplinary, or intradisciplinary badge. (D)

The “I’m a scientist who is fundamentally opposed to administrative duties” badge.

Presumably a badge with a scientific consensus even stronger than that seen in the climate change arena.

The “I’m a scientist who is fundamentally opposed to administrative duties” badge.

Presumably a badge with a scientific consensus even stronger than that seen in the climate change arena.

The “I’ve done science with no conceivable practical application” badge.

There are probably more who are deserving of this badge than you would expect. (BZ)

The “I’ve done science with no conceivable practical application” badge.

There are probably more who are deserving of this badge than you would expect. (BZ)

The “will gladly kick sexual harasser’s ass” badge.

(And we mean “ass” in the most holistic of ways). In which the recipient stands up to such miscreants in the work place. Places of science should know better. (SF)

The “will gladly kick sexual harasser’s ass” badge.

(And we mean “ass” in the most holistic of ways). In which the recipient stands up to such miscreants in the work place. Places of science should know better. (SF)

The “I left the physical or life sciences to pursue humanistic studies of the sciences” badge.

In which the recipient is now probably having a lot more fun than he/she did before. (JS)

The “I left the physical or life sciences to pursue humanistic studies of the sciences” badge.

In which the recipient is now probably having a lot more fun than he/she did before. (JS)