Sciences/Tech/Engineering/Math

New focus on helping community college students in STEM fields to a four-year degree

Smart Title: 

A series of new grants seek to help community college students in STEM fields successfully transfer to and graduate from four-year institutions -- a path that often is full of obstacles.

Stanford project pushes the need for sex and gender analysis in research

Smart Title: 

Stanford project finds that too much research ignores gender, to detriment of women and (in some cases) men.

STEM doctoral students have declining interest in tenure track jobs

Smart Title: 

Survey of STEM doctoral students at three research universities reveals their declining interest in tenure-track jobs.
 

University research officers discuss future of research

Smart Title: 

At a roundtable discussion, research officers discuss the future of federally funded research -- and the growth of technology transfer and an emphasis on entrepreneurship at their institutions.

Royal Society wants Britain to see equal value in datasets and journal articles

Section: 
Smart Title: 

Britain's Royal Society wants the government and universities to give equal stature to datasets and to publications.

Study examines migration patterns of scientists

Smart Title: 

Study compares countries by percentage of their scientists who were born elsewhere, and tracks their origins.

Survey finds decline in attractiveness of academic jobs to science doctoral students

Smart Title: 

As science doctoral students progress toward their Ph.D.s, they become less likely to want to become a professor, survey finds.

University of Aberdeen debates chair in alternative medicine

Smart Title: 

Critics decry plans for an alternative medicine chair at University of Aberdeen.

Essay on building a career in a soft money position

With apologies to Madonna, Felicia B. LeClere considers the challenges and benefits of career paths in which you are always looking for funds.

Ad keywords: 

Johns Hopkins aims to reform early science classes

Smart Title: 

Johns Hopkins University asks research-oriented faculty to re-evaluate their introductory science classes.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sciences/Tech/Engineering/Math
Back to Top