Melissa Harrington details her work environment and research approach at Delaware State University.
Every neuroscientist makes transitions for different reasons.
While rates have improved in recent years, women are still underrepresented in the highest levels of scientific fields.
Victoria Puig shares her story of working abroad and returning home, and learning various communication and leadership styles to advance her career.
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You’ve heard of the elusive work/life balance — but is it really possible to find time for both a personal and professional life?
Your to-do list in academia is long; you have to secure funding, publish, teach, manage your time, manage others, and somehow find time for a personal life.
As your postdoc comes to an end, there are some dangers you should take care to avoid.
In the course of your academic training and career, you are likely to experience conflict.
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