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The Council of Graduate Schools is launching a study on the feasibility of a program to track the careers of Ph.D. holders.
The Internal Revenue Service provides a "reasonable" way to count adjuncts' work hours, to determine if their employers must provide them with health insurance.
Following an injury, a Cornell University graduate student challenges the system.
Can you manage your way through a career in industry?
The HR department "has to determine whether or not there is a personal chemistry fit between you and the company."
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Budgets may not be glamorous, but they’re crucial for proposal success.
A new report finds that female scientists face a combination of racial and gender biases.
Things aren’t going well for me. What should I do?
NIH and one of its institutes are seeking feedback on issues that encompass the future and sustainability of the biomedical research workforce.
A recent survey found that the larger the research project team, the more it functions like a small factory, with implications for the training and career prospects of young scientists.
A new paper describes how this year’s American Society for Microbiology meeting achieved gender equity.
Within about 4 months, J. received three offers for faculty positions.
After more than 6 years of monthly columns and postgraduate research, Micella Phoenix DeWhyse celebrates her Independence Day--and we're sad.
The "audacious" approach to science is not the best approach, especially for scientists in training.
When it comes to careers, graduate students in the sciences are flexible, a new study shows.
"For new students, bachelors, masters, and PhDs alike, these programs and proposals offer great challenges. They will be the people really shaping a more sustainable future for our society."
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