Scientists who approach the job search strategically can turn apparent disabilities to their advantage.
A report from the Council of Graduate Schools details outcomes for underrepresented minority students in STEM doctoral programs.
The study “will definitely make people think more thoroughly and more subtly” about the issue, says psychologist Virginia Valian of Hunter College in New York City.
Lina Colucci—a musician, ballerina, and mechanical engineer—thrives on combining her passions.
Like a relationship, says former ACS CEO Madeleine Jacobs, a career must be rich and rewarding and provide an environment in which you can grow and learn.
Under Republican leadership, a Senate committee on high-skill guest worker visas focuses on outsourcing and job losses, not the need for more high-skill workers.
Ken O’Neill, who is deaf, offers advice on how to present a disability when applying for a job.
Research shows that many members of groups underrepresented in academic science seek careers that express values beyond pure research.
A new report finds that female scientists face a combination of racial and gender biases.
In The Brilliant Club, Amina Yonis found an opportunity to help level the playing field for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
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