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    July 28, 2006

    Rush Holt: The Interview

    We are underinvesting in research and development in just about every sector, whether it's transportation or telecommunications or energy, in both the public sector and the private sector. We need to encourage both.

    April 12, 2002

    Physics Mentoring on the Mexico-U.S. Border

    Because many of our students come from Mexico, an effort to connect them to Mexican research institutions is needed.

    November 21, 2003

    The Theory of Everything

    "While mathematics is the foundation for his study into the nature of the universe, he credits his family and upbringing for providing him with the foundation for success."

    April 12, 2002

    Careers Work in Mysterious Ways

    One functions within a team framework in industry. This was one of the things that took the most getting used to in my transition from academia to industry.

    August 02, 2002

    Careers in Complementary and Alternative Medicine: An Overview

    "Is CAM finally gaining the respectability of orthodox medicine, or is all the energy simply the product of marketing and hype for the making of a new generation of alternative medicines?"

    February 06, 2004

    Mathematical Ecology

    "Young scholars should seek evidence that administrators and senior colleagues who will be evaluating them for tenure--especially those with a more disciplinary focus--are supportive of interdisciplinary research and aware of the challenges of evaluating interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary science."

    November 07, 2003

    The State of Affairs: An Overview of the Regulatory Affairs Profession

    Regulatory affairs professionals play a pivotal role in facilitating the progression of new health products and technology.

    November 03, 2000

    Distance Education's Best Kept Secrets

    August 30, 2002

    Let Yourself in on Science’s Secrets

    "Scientists might be portrayed as geeks, but a successful one certainly has to be a people person."

    July 06, 2001

    Entrepreneurship: Resources to Bank On

    July 14, 2000

    Positively Change the World (In Ways You Never Thought Possible)

    October 24, 2003

    Living a Double Life

    Running a productive lab is the career's greatest challenge. It requires lessons not included in medical and scientific training.

    July 23, 2004

    Going Down Under: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience?

    "By the time you've got your funding sorted, prepared your visa request, and passed your English test, your acceptance is still not guaranteed."

    December 13, 2002

    The Prospects

    "Faculty members want a culture that feels compatible, and they want inspiring colleagues both in their department and in related fields. For faculty devoted to teaching--which is to say, anyone Brown would want to hire--students' intelligence and drive are major draws. And increasingly faculty come in pairs, requiring not just one, but two positions, which makes recruiting even more difficult."

    August 11, 2000

    Feds and CIHR announce new virtual institutes; new real positions for young scientists

    August 29, 2003

    Arbeidsmarktnieuws augustus 2003: Stapvoets op weg naar persoonlijke ontwikkelingsplannen

    "Eind 2005 moet het echt zover zijn: dan heeft elke medewerker recht op een POP."

    February 18, 2005

    Success Rates Squeezed As Budget Growth Slows

    At NIH council meetings last month, some institutes announced a lowered pay line in 2005, the peer-review ranking that is the cutoff for funding.

    May 07, 1999

    Careers in Teaching: Q&A With A Teaching Placement Agency

    April 20, 2001

    Butting Heads: Conflict Resolution for Postdocs, Part II

    June 17, 2005

    Tooling Up: Time for an Attitude Adjustment?

    Optimism came easily and naturally to some of those successful job seekers, but others chose to cultivate it because being negative, they realized, was an indulgence they simply could not afford.

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