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Discover an amazing career

The work you’ll do is challenging. The lives you touch will be rewarding. The opportunities you’ll find are endless. At LabCorp, you’ll discover many ways to make a difference. 105 more words

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In Academia to Leave It

Editorials about academia are quick to point out the startling gaps between earning a PhD and becoming a professor.  Justin and Megan recently wrote about pragmatic ways current PhD students might respond to this roadblock, and it certainly is an alarming issue.  859 more words

How Do We Science?

Diversity in STEM: it matters

Diversity in the sciences is a recurrent topic on this blog (and – well – basically everywhere). Scientific American has an excellent overview on what “diversity” is and why it matters to the STEM fields. 166 more words

Science Careers

Would you ban students from emailing you?

Developing successful student – professor interactions can be a very challenging aspect of teaching at the university level.  Getting students to ask questions and engage in a class is very hard, especially in large introductory courses.   106 more words

Science Careers

Career Corner: Career Exit Strategy Reflection of the #ECRChat hosted by Science Mentor

On Thursday, August 21 I participated in a Twitter Chat #ECRChat hosted by Science Mentor. When I found out that Science Mentor would be hosting the chat I knew it would be informative because she has many resources on her blog. 740 more words

Career Corner

In their own words: Addressing 21st Century Skills with Ocean 180

Nickie Wallace teaches Natural and Physical Sciences at St. Cyprian’s School in Cape Town, South Africa. Last year, her students participated as part of the Ocean 180 student judging team and she recently shared her experiences with us in the guest post below. 308 more words

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