What You Can Do With A Public Health Degree

The sky is literally not even the limit for those with a degree in public health. NASA astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor leveraged her degree in public health, along with other skills, to get her a ticket into space and aboard the …

By Public Health Online
Public Health Online
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AbbVie on How The Company Supports Working Parents in 2021

Originally published at stories.abbvie.com. AbbVie ranked No. 15 on The DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity list in 2021.

Parenting is tough. Working parents face a unique set of challenges, striving for work-life well-being and opportunities to grow their careers …

By AbbVie
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A Guide on Key Internship Resources for Undocumented Students

A Guide on Key Internship Resources for Undocumented Students

By Paula Mora Arias

Over 650,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children are currently enrolled in DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Through DACA, thousands of eligible Dreamers are …

By Paula Mora Arias
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Exploring Scientific Career Paths As A First-Generation Student

When successful scientists talk about their career journeys, it often seems like the inevitable conclusion of some early dream. However, finding one’s path can be a challenging endeavor. As a result, it is important to keep an eye out for …

By Jonathan Marquez
Jonathan Marquez
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Applying to Masters Programs in Europe

Attending university can stimulate interests and is crucial for developing a deeper understanding of subjects. However, with a myriad of options, it can be difficult to select which program is the right fit for you. Applicants interested in Masters programs …

By Jyoti Sharma
Jyoti Sharma
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Questions for Potential Advisors

Advice: Take some time to think about what is important and valuable to you (personal and professional) and let those guide the questions you should ask, as it will serve to inform what your experience will be in their lab …

By Paola Figueroa-Delgado
Paola Figueroa-Delgado
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How to Ace Your Graduate School Interview: Communicating Your Research Competently and Confidently

It happened. You received an invitation to an interview weekend for a PhD program. You’re overjoyed, but also worried? You’ve never been to one before. The few grad students you’ve spoken to tell you, “Interviews aren’t stressful,” or “You’ll be …

By Eden Barragan, Rose De Kock, & Sasha Mikhailova
Eden Barragan, Rose De Kock, & Sasha Mikhailova
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Is Per Diem Nursing for You? Weigh the Pros and Cons

Content courtesy of IntelyCare

You may have heard plenty of reasons why some nurses prefer traditional, full-time staff nursing and why others prefer per diem nursing positions through a staffing agency. And you might have your own thoughts about which …

By IntelyCare
IntelyCare
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Accommodation and Compliance: Disability Disclosure

Disclosing a disability may be a consideration when starting a new job; transitioning from school, another job, or unemployment; or retaining a job after acquiring a disability.   For individuals who may still be struggling with accepting their medical condition, making …

By JAN staff
JAN staff
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Bringing yourself to work: Embracing our Identities in STEM

Bringing yourself to work: Embracing our Identities in STEM (cientificolatino.com) was first published on cientificolatino.com

Asking what I do or where I come from is a loaded question. I am currently a graduate student studying RNA biology at The Ohio …

By Juan M. Barajas
Juan M. Barajas
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