This group will focus on tenure in academic institutions. What is tenure? Why tenure is desirable? How one earns tenure? And, of course, research and news about academic tenure.
Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) join together universities and colleges in the common mission of increasing the number of underrepresented minority students earning PhDs and becoming leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
ABRCMS is the largest, professional conference for biomedical and behavior students, including mathematics, attracting approximately 2,800 individuals, including 1,500 undergraduate students, 230 graduate students and postdoctoral scientists and 850 faculty and administrators.
Just as we need a more diverse scientific workforce, we need a wider variety of science writers interpreting science for the public. This group exists to facilitate discussion of issues related to science writing careers.
The Center for Careers in Science and Technology is a collaboration of AAAS departments and its affiliated organizations. Collectively, these groups offer a wide range of programs and services for AAAS members and the larger science community.
The Collaborative for Enhancing Diversity in Science (CEDS) is partnership of professional associations and scientific societies concerned about building the scientific workforce to respond to global challenges and to the needs of an increasingly diverse population.
This collection of video's explores the experience of being a scientist and engineer.
DC FAME, a partnership program of AAAS, George Washington University and the District of Columbia Schools since 2004, offers middle-grade mathematics teachers in DC leadership and professional development opportunities to increase their students' learning in mathematics.
The HBCU-UP National Research Conference highlights undergraduate student research and institutional strategies to enhance the quality of undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and research at HBCUs.
Indian Science - Career in Science and Technology in India and Abroad
LBGT Scientists and Engineers is a place for sharing information, resources, and cool stuff in support of LGBT scientists and engineers and those wishing to be supportive of LGBT scientists and engineers. Welcome.
OWSDW is the first international forum to unite eminent women scientists from the developing and developed worlds with the objective of strengthening their role in the development process and promoting their representation in scientific and technological leadership. More information is available at www.owsdw.org.
Beginning in 1993, a group of students from HBCUs earned support for graduate studies from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. This group will support their remaining connected and welcome inquiries about their experiences.
A place for PhD Students to discuss Careers in Science
This community aims at interaction between Ph.D students and post doctoral fellows with a vision of helping the former ones.
This is a private MySciNet Community ONLY for participants, facilitators, and mentors in the SACNAS Leadership Institute.
The Science Mentoring Research website provides guidelines and resources for developing high quality research and evaluation studies for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) career and workforce mentoring; highlights resources for STEM mentoring, including guides and web sites; and announcements about mentoring awards and funding opportunities.
Science policy matters affect us all. Here we focus on contemporary policy questions facing an inclusive science community. Several contributors are part of a group of postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, based in the Washington DC area, who meet regularly to discuss science policy topics. Our aim is to broaden our discussions and encourage lively debate on global science policy issues. We invite you all to participate and comment!
The AAAS Project on Science, Technology and Disability has a 30-year history of influencing policies, programs, and practices involving people with disabilities in the fields of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology.
This group is a place to share news and insights about social networking as a professional development activity. Learn how to make the most of social media tools. Questions are welcome too.
The Journal of Young Investigators is a peer-reviewed, non-profit, online science journal targeted at undergraduates, and entirely run by undergraduate students from around the world. This group exists to promote undergraduate research and discuss: publishing student manuscripts, finding summer research fellowships and internships, and exploring various careers in science.
The place to talk about women in science.