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Women scientists in history

A scary timeline of female education: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_female_education

And some of the very few women scientists in the otherwise enlightened Europe:

Beatriz Galindo (1465?-1534), Spanish Latinist, writer, humanist and teacher of Queen Isabella of Castille and her children  201 more words

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A Recruiter’s Best Practices for Resume Writing

People overthink their resumes — constantly. It’s true that the competitiveness of the job market makes it even more imperative than ever for applicants to draw the attention of the reviewer before s/he moves on to the next resume in their pile. 777 more words

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Unsurprising findings: universities damaged by "student as consumer" ideology

Academics under pressure to bump up student grades, Guardian survey shows

“Many academics said recent reforms, which encourage universities to treat students as consumers and expand their intake, have damaged the quality of education offered to undergraduates. 74 more words

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Career Symposium 2015 - #careersymp

This Friday, May 15th is the 8th Annual NIH Career Symposium.  Be sure to register in advance. Why should you come though? Well, it only happens once a year and it is an action-packed day! 320 more words

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Killing me softly with your REF

If you work in an UK university you probably know about the REF (understatement). If you don’t, then you might be forgiven for thinking that it is an… 594 more words

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