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July 08, 2003

Introducing Robin

September 05, 2003

Perspectives: Lack of Diversity in Science

What if each research institution in the U.S. issued a directive to its departments to make a serious effort to fill one faculty position with an outstanding scientist of color?

September 12, 2003

Leading the Way

"Dr. Harewood has been involved in many scientific discoveries that have benefited mankind, but perhaps his most important achievement is helping to prepare future scientists for biomedical research."

October 10, 2003

Perspectives: 2003 SACNAS National Conference

"The purpose of the national SACNAS meeting was to connect students and professionals and promote diversity within the scientific community."

October 17, 2003

Shahidul Islam: Balancing Patient Care and Research

Dr. Islam's best advice to prospective academic clinicians is "to find a discipline/specialty you like and dive in."

November 07, 2003

November Feature: Scientists in Regulatory Affairs

November 14, 2003

Summer Research Opportunities for Minorities

December 19, 2003

Vision Cellars

"As I grew older, I tasted other wines and started seriously considering winemaking as a career." -Mac McDonald

December 19, 2003

Space Time

Woodrow Whitlow was named deputy director of Kennedy Space Center in September 2003; he gives MiSciNet the inside scoop on his life and work at NASA.

January 16, 2004

The Universal Parent

"The happiness and success of the next generation depend on our ability to balance home and work responsibilities while giving our kids all the love and support they need."

January 30, 2004

Perspectives: The Gender Gap in Math and Science

"The purpose of this article is to examine the facts about the achievement gap between girls and boys with respect to math and science."

March 26, 2004

Perspectives: The Human Challenge

Although the information presented is based on hard data, his personal "spin" on the current and future status of Mexican immigrants in the U.S. is terribly divisive and attacks one of our society's greatest strengths--our diversity.

May 14, 2004

Making the Grade

June 10, 2004

Health Issues in the Scientific Workplace

July 02, 2004

Perspectives: Affirmative Action--A Year After the UM Decision

Does affirmative action really work? Has the situation for minority students changed since then? This article will briefly address the situation and the future of affirmative action.

July 09, 2004

The Bio21 Institute: Working at the Interface of Business and Biotechnology

Upon completion, the Bio21 Institute will provide an integrated package of research and development, from basic concepts, through basic research, to clinical testing and product implementation.

July 30, 2004

The American Sports Medicine Institute

"The American Sports Medicine Institute located in Birmingham, Alabama, is unique in that it offers training to both those interested in a career in sports medicine research and in clinical practice."

September 10, 2004

Perspectives: Preparing Postdocs of Color

The 3-day workshop, held from 18 to 20 August 2004 at the AAAS building in Washington, D.C., provided students with a wealth of information including funding sources, networking skills, grant writing, and career development strategies.

October 01, 2004

International Scientists: Feature Overview and Index

December 24, 2004

The Ride of Your Life

Finnerty and other female engineers have proven that gender is irrelevant. All that matters is whether a person possesses the skills to do the job.

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