A Guide for the Biologist in Training, published by The University of Illinois Champagne-Urbana, which includes advice on how to: pursue a career in Biology, survive graduate school, research, write and get published, make presentations at professional meetings, pursue grants, teach, etc.
General Advice on Teaching and Learning, published by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, which includes advice on: Advising & Mentoring; Assessment & Evaluation; Assignments; Classroom Management; Cooperative/Collaborative Learning; Course Management; Experience-Based Learning; Grading; Helping Students Succeed; Information Literacy; Interdisciplinary & Multi-disciplinary Teaching & Learning; Learning; Problem-Based Learning; Teaching, Learning & Technology; Testing).
A list of things you should save in order to document your research, teaching and service activities on your vitae, professional activity reports, etc.
An on-line test to determine your learning style; here's another; and here's a version that includes definitions of various learning styles.
PREPARING FOR THE GRE
The GreGuide.com site with advice and guides on how to prepare for the GRE. Including:
The job market in biology is extremely heterogeneous. Here's some general advice about preparing for the academic job market (written in the context of science education) that may give you some ideas to discuss with your mentor about how you should approach the job market.
RESOURCES FOR NEW FACULTY
A web site devoted to resources for new science faculty, with advice on grant writing (including a list of granting sources), publication, teaching and succeeding during your first years as a science faculty member.
You may contact Dave Rudge either by email, by phone (269)-387-2779 or by fax (269)-387-5609.