Write for STS

Do you have an interest in writing a post for us? Sweet Tea, Science has a number of areas available where you can share your voice. Don’t hesitate in contacting Rachel and Meridith with any of your unique and clever ideas!

If you have not had the experience of writing a scientific blog post yet we know it can be a little intimidating. Most importantly, we’d like to reassure you that you do have something useful/relevant/interesting to write about. Your insights and experiences are valuable and worth sharing! We’ve listed a few possible, general topics below.
  1. Advice to your Past Self 
  2. An overview of your research/project 
  3. Share an experience in the lab or field
  4. Brag on yourself! No really, have you had something published recently? Won some badass grant? Share your story and advice. 

We're pretty flexible here at STS, but posts should generally be no less than 400 words. I usually shoot for 800 or so. Send your post as a Word document with photos attached to the email separately or feel free to share a Google Document with us. We will do our best to share and promote your post. Please share your guest post through social media, or link back to it from your blog if you have one. Please also reply to comments on the post should anyone have questions regarding what you wrote.

Guest writers will have a personal bio included at the end of each post with links to sites and social media accounts. All guest posts will be shared on STS social network sites. Any blogger that writes for STS will have their blog listed on the sidebar during the following month.

We can’t wait to hear from you and look forward to reading your submissions!

Past Guest Posts

  1. Chelsea Brunner of Chelsea In Japan. Part 2 - Money isn't Everything -or- How to Break Up With Money.
  2. Cristal Kennedy of KISS Fitness and Health. Gardening with a Toddler.
  3. J.D. VanSlyke (guest podcaster!) of RefreshED. A RefreshED Look Back at STS's First Year.

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