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    December 22, 2006

    Managing Your Money While in College

    "Potential employers may check credit records, and they don't want to see a lot of consumer debt." --Brent Neiser

    September 15, 2006

    Dissecting Dialects

    [L]inguistics has recently become a field that has funds to recruit linguists of color.

    August 25, 2006

    Seeing the World Through Science: Conference Experiences

    August 25, 2006

    Special Feature: Seeing the World Through Science

    This ScienceCareers.org feature highlights the sites, sounds, tastes, and ambience of some of our readers' and writers' favorite conference locations, from quaint towns to cosmopolitan cities.

    July 14, 2006

    Careers in Wind Energy

    Wind energy is clean, environmentally inert, and inexhaustible.

    June 30, 2006

    Special Feature: Careers in the Decision, Risk and Management Sciences

    Decision scientists may be mathematicians, statisticians, economists, philosophers, management theorists, or psychologists.

    May 19, 2006

    Chemical Connections

    “We are looking for people who have a history of publishing and presenting. If the résumé doesn’t have those two key elements, they’ll be at a competitive disadvantage.” - Ron Webb, Procter and Gamble

    March 31, 2006

    Switching Gears

    All of them entered teaching because they love science and interacting with students.

    March 24, 2006

    Scientists as Schoolteachers--Feature Index

    Teachers perform a service to society by inspiring and training the next generation of scientists, mathematicians, engineers--and teachers.

    February 17, 2006

    Finding Answers for Society's Ills

    Like other social psychologists, Clinton-Sherrod is an expert in human social behavior and on how culture affects behavior in social systems.

    February 10, 2006

    Plant Sciences: A Minority Perspective

    December 23, 2005

    The Evolution of Butterfly Vision

    Briscoe believes that evolutionary biology is an important--and growing--discipline that will continue to offer a range of career opportunities.

    December 09, 2005

    Piecing Together the Past

    “Biocultural anthropologists are physical anthropologists that are committed to determining the facts of peoples’ lives by integrating biological and cultural data
    .”--Rachel Watkins

    November 04, 2005

    Investigating the Neural and Vascular Consequences of Stroke

    "When I came to MSM, I wanted to build something that would incorporate my background in cardiovascular [research] and neuroscience, and stroke was the perfect venue for that."--Byron Ford

    October 07, 2005

    Wearing Many Hats

    Now, as a faculty member and dean of health sciences at The Community and Technical College of Shepherd in Martinsburg, West Virginia, Plautz looks back at the hats she has worn and the events that have defined her professionally.

    August 12, 2005

    Mitigating Disasters

    His work has involved man-made disasters like the genocide in Rwanda and the collapse of the World Trade Center, and natural disasters like the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Southeast Asia.

    July 29, 2005

    Preparing for a Career in Industrial Research

    In this feature,
    Science's Next Wave explores how to have a successful career in industrial research and delves into topics that will help readers transition into highly competitive but rewarding jobs in industry.

    July 29, 2005

    Testing the Waters in Pharmaceutical Research

    Specializing in Phase 1 and Phase 2A clinical drug-testing trials, the job of King’s research group is to help new drugs gain Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approval.

    May 27, 2005

    Our Community: MiSciNet Campus Reps

    Using their own words, MiSciNet is proud to feature a few of these extraordinary ambassadors of science.

    May 20, 2005

    Science Journalism Degrees—Do They Make a Difference?

    Science Careers' Robin Arnette talks to officials and former students from three science writing programs: MIT, Boston University, and UC-Santa Cruz.

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