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Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Fisk University (www.fisk.edu) seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Chemistry to begin as early as May 2015.

 


Fortune 500 Companies recruit talent at EOP's STEM Diversity CAREER EXPO in Dallas
PRNewswire via MarketWatch
Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc., the leading publisher of diversity recruitment print and online magazines, announces registration is open for EOP's STEM Diversity CAREER EXPO March 19 at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Dallas from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free to attend, job seekers will meet with recruiters from Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, including Hess Corporation, Capital One, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, ADM, Air Force Civilian Service, Federal Reserve System, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation, Air Force Recruiting Service, Caterpillar, CA Technologies, U.S. Department of State, Dell, NextEra Energy, U.S. Postal Service, Lockheed Martin, and many more.
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The diversity challenge facing universities
Science 2.0
Recently, MIT released a report that closely examines the state of diversity within the university. The report considers MIT's diversity not just in terms of students and faculty, but also looks at the Institute's non-faculty research staff who represent approximately 28 percent of the institution as a whole. Releasing the report was a brave move for the university. It provides a frank and realistic evaluation of where MIT stands in the heated debate concerning diversity and inclusion in STEM fields.
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Xavier ranks 3rd for number of African-American grads who get STEM PhDs
The Times-Picayune
Xavier University in New Orleans ranks third in the U.S. for the number of African-American graduates who go on to obtain doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering and math fields, according to a report by the National Science Foundation.
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How to job-hunt after getting fired
Forbes
The big thing about getting fired is not the process of getting fired itself, but the job-hunt afterwards. The good news is that the working world is changing fast. One of the ways that the traditional Godzilla structure keeps working people in line is that it tells them "If you get fired, good luck getting hired anywhere else!"
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Developing world: The minority minority
Nature
Patchanita Thamyongkit was waiting patiently near the stage at a conference on the importance of science for Thailand, when the organizer rushed up to her and asked whether she had seen the next presenter, Professor Thamyongkit. "That's me," she replied. An awkward pause followed. "Oh, I thought you were his secretary," came his reply. The presenter was probably more embarrassed by the 2008 incident than Thamyongkit, who is used to being taken for a secretary. She is a physical organic chemist at Thailand's biggest scientific establishment, Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, where she has won several awards for her work.
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Why is it hard to increase diversity in STEM fields?
The Conversation
Is attending an American scientific meeting analogous to driving through Iowa, an endless sea of white male monoculture stretching as far as the eye can see? Current statistics from the National Science Foundation on women and minorities in science and engineering suggest that the demographic composition of scientists and engineers does not reflect the large diversity of the American population. Over 70 percent of scientists and engineers in the U.S. are white, 12 percent Asian, 6 percent Hispanic and only 5 percent black.
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5 little-known secrets about job searching
U.S. News and World Report
You might think you're an experienced job seeker who understands how hiring processes work. But behind the scenes, hiring often works differently than job seekers assume it does. Here are five hiring secrets you probably don't know that can give you an advantage over your competition.
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