Reflecting on the Values I was Raised With

Allison Mayle, PhD

In the past week or so, I’ve been reflecting a lot on how I was “taught” to be a woman in our society, and how that relates to being …

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Nature Suggests UK Follow US Lead on Academic Sexual Harassment. Please Don't.

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

In its July 27th issue, Nature published an editorial encouraging leaders of the UK’s 1752 Working Group on academic sexual harassment to take their lead from the US. Sir Philip …

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Queer Science Stories Needed 🌈

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

Are you an LGBTQI scientist and a great writer? We need you! In June we are hosting blogs to celebrate Pride Month and your story matters! The more personal we …

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Immigrant Scientists Face Uncertain Future with DACA Repeal

Britteny Watson-Ivey

The Trump administration's decision last week regarding the termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has many immigrant scientists concerned about their futures.

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Writing for 2018? It's sooner than you think. You need a workshop. (Mentors, you can also COACH a workshop!)

The Edge for Scholars

The National Research Mentoring Network is running state-of-the-art workshops this spring to get you ready for early 2018 submissions.

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Hidden Curriculum: Reading Recommendations

Monica Aswani, DrPH

Hidden Curriculum-related book, podcast, and other media recommendations.

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New iTHRIV Series aims to Amplify Underrepresented Voices in Health

iTHRIV CTSA

The Voices in Clinical and Translational Science series will focus on promoting dialogue and encouraging team science.

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The Trouble With Girls in Lab

Fighty Squirrel, PhD, Awe.Some.

It’s been a tough few weeks for women in science. In a June column of Science entitled “Help! My Advisor Won’t Stop Looking Down My Shirt” contributor Dr …

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The Achievement Habit for Science: Ladies, Don't Hold Back

Britney Lizama, B.S.

Sometimes highly competent people doubt themselves far too often. And too often, that doubt holds them back from succeeding.

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#GRExit and the Next Slippery Slope in Graduate Admissions

Rachel Yoho, CDP, PhD

As more academic programs and departments make the GRE optional, the question remains - which metrics will be used to replace it?

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