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    October 01, 2004

    Show Me the Money

    "The Community of Science helps colleges and universities, research institutions, corporations, government agencies, and science societies find funding to support research and also helps them locate specific researchers."

    September 03, 2004

    Olympic Inspiration

    October 17, 2003

    No on Proposition 54, Part 1

    "The proposition would have banned colleges and universities in the state from collecting and using most racial and ethnic information. "

    April 02, 2004

    Interviewing Skills: A Panel Discussion

    "It's hard to sell yourself if you don't have a good reason for being there."

    September 26, 2003

    One Giant Leap for Womankind

    She enjoyed being able to explain a physical situation with an equation and solve that equation for a tangible solution. In her words, she "had a knack for it."

    June 25, 2004

    Do What You Love; Love What You Do

    Ritter urged young scientists pursuing alternative careers to strive to be the best at their current positions while also preparing themselves for future transitions. Always do more than your peers, she suggests, because employers look at past work when evaluating candidates, no matter what job you're applying for.

    August 20, 2004

    Exceptional, Chic, Successful

    Mack asserts, "I've not seen any one profession which would allow me to do as much as I've done and continue to do more than math."

    January 16, 2004

    Exceptionally Average

    Time and again, he has changed his professional outlook to satisfy an intellectual question.

    June 04, 2004

    El Niño, Science, and Politics

    As a black man in South Africa, Philander had to cope with apartheid's brutal white-supremacist system on his path to becoming a scientist.

    April 15, 2005

    Behind the Awards: How Four GEM Fellows Made the Transition to Graduate School

    Despite their different backgrounds, these four GEM students have dealt with the same issues--moving to larger schools, cultural isolation, unexpected crises, and family considerations--that all students of color face when transitioning into graduate school.