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How I cured my imposter syndrome

This post is part of the Diversity in Science Blog Carnival on Imposter Syndrome, hosted by Scicurious over at Neurotic Physiology.

When I started graduate school at the University of Wisconsin, I felt like an imposter. 1,016 more words


Diversity in Science Carnival No. 11: Native American Heritage Month edition

There’s a new edition of the Diversity in Science blog carnival out today, too: Urban Scientist DNLee rounds up stories of Native Americans in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines for Native American Heritage Month. 31 more words


Sandra Leal, PharmD, CDE: A Hispanic Heritage Month Interview on What Pharmacy Can (and Should) Be

This month, DrugMonkey is hosting the Diversity in Science Blog Carnival, started by DN Lee of Urban Science Adventures! to celebrate the scientific contributions of individuals from underrepresented groups. 3,530 more words


Diversity in Science Carnival in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month: Call for Submissions!

I’m happy to report that Drugmonkey will be hosting the next installment of the Diversity in Science Carnival.

So I ask you to write and submit your posts in honor of scientists whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central or South America.

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