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Ethics (#5)

Science is too often considered the “objective” field that’s more for the Type A, left-brained individuals. But, as in the case of Henrietta Lacks, knowing how to be personable and treating people as people rather than the patients or subjects they may be is just as crucial. 412 more words


today's holiday/commemoration: Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin (2015)

Anniversary of the Bombing of Darwin (2015)

On February 19, 1942, Japanese bomber and fighter planes conducted a devastating air raid on the town of… 82 more words

A Leadership Series on Confidence Part 9—Servant Leaders are Confident

Servant leaders are confident. You’ll recognize a person who is servant-minded by the way they respond when they are treated like one. They won’t be defensive, rather remain at peace and will continue to do for others. 382 more words

Leadership Development

12 facts about HBCUs

Historically black colleges and universities (commonly referred to as HBCUs) are institutions of higher learning in America that were established before 1964 to provide access to higher education for black students who were being stopped from attending other institutions. 332 more words


Understanding Tuskegee's Legacy of Mistrust

Writer’s note: I constructed this story entirely from Tweets in a chat organized last summer by National Science & Technology News Service. It includes no original writing, only edits of the Tweets into story form. 1,021 more words

This One is For the Home Team: Tuskegee

“Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation.” 1,245 more words

Booker T. Washington

Byte-Size Blair | January 19

We’re back with Byte-Size Blair, our weekly wrap-up of all things social media. If you’re not already following us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr… 120 more words