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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.


Quick STEM Facts About Orlando

  • There are 6 STEM-focused K-12 schools in the Orlando Area.


  • Central Florida is home to a $13.4 billion technology industry that employs more than 53,000 people, making it the second-largest industry in the region. Our community is also one of the fastest growing technology centers in the nation.


  • A recent partnership between EA SPORTS and the University of Central Florida’s Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy has produced the EA SPORTS Innovation Lab at UCF’s Center for Emerging Media. On a daily basis, EA SPORTS sends senior-level employees to work with graduate students through internships, creating a job path into the world of video games.

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    NOBCCHE NEWS

    Win a FREE 1-year NOBCChE membership!!!
    NOBCChE
    Everyone loves free stuff, right? Well here is your chance to win a FREE 1-year NOBCChE Membership! Anyone to submit an abstract between now and June 1 will be entered in a drawing to receive 1-year free membership.

    Submit abstracts here.
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    Stay connected through NOBCChE social media
    NOBCChE
    Hello everyone! I am Brittany Allison (Chemistry PhD grad student) and Chair of the Social Media Team. We are excited to say that the Social Media Division of NOBCChE, initiated last year, has been a huge success!! In line with NOBCChE's mission "to build an eminent cadre of people of color in science and technology," we use social media as a new opportunity to recruit and expand our network. Our goal is to be visible and connected to members via professional pages such as NOBCChE.org and LinkedIn, and more casual pages such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Our ultimate vision is that every member of NOBCChE is actively engaged in at least one aspect of social media, and browses the others. This year, we have expanded the Social Media team to bring you even more great posts.


    By maintaining social media pages, NOBCChE
    has the opportunity to bring together minority
    scientists like never before!

    From our team, you can look forward to posts such as #MotivationMondays, #MeetNOBCChE, #NOBCChE2015, #NOBCChEtbt, #ScienceHumor, as well as posts about mentoring, outreach, careers, minority trailblazers, and more! Another goal of the social media division is that members involved with one page are interested in browsing the other pages. For example, an image of our NOBCChE Facebook page posted on Instagram with the caption "Make sure you check us out and Like us on Facebook!"

    This way, we spark an interest for potentially new members as well as existing members to be connected as many ways as possible. By maintaining our social media pages, we have the amazing opportunity to bring together minority scientists as never before! We really hope that you take a few moments to check out all of our social media pages, and send any interesting articles/links/pictures revolving around NOBCChE interests to socialmedia@nobcche.org. And if you are interested in being a part of the team, contact us on any of the platforms. We are looking forward to enhancing the Social Media Division of NOBCChE, and we hope you are too! Check us out on Facebook (NOBCChE), Twitter (@NOBCChE), Instagram (@NOBCChE_Official), and YouTube (NOBCChE).

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    Orlando and STEM: Making Connections
    NOBCChE
    While Orlando, Florida is famous for Walt Disney World and its many theme parks, STEM is also vital piece of the local economy. STEM programs are supported through out all public school systems in Orlando, and sponsors such as NASA and the Orlando Science Center play major roles in the development of science and technology in the local area. Orlando is also home to the University of Central Florida, named the largest university in the U.S. by undergraduate enrollment [ref] and second largest by total enrollment. Orlando is also a 45-minute drive from Tampa, Florida named the best city to live and work by Biospace, a leading online community for career news and science professionals. Overall, Orlando is an integral part of the Florida economy and it has a thriving STEM community for young professionals and job seekers.

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    The conference hotel is the world famous Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld (6677 Sea Harbor Drive). Well-appointed guest rooms offer ample space for relaxing and boast thoughtful and comfortable amenities for a sound night's sleep or productive business day. ll palates. The conference rate is $169 (plus applicable taxes) per night for a single, double or triple. Visit NOBCChE's personalized reservation page to book your room quickly and easily.

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    Gear up for the conference: Connect to travel grants and awards
    NOBCChE
    Each year, NOBCChE recognizes and celebrates the diverse achievements of students and professionals at every stage of their career. The mission of NOBCChE is to build an eminent cadre of people of color in Science and Technology. Through our Awards Programs we will be Celebrating STEM Success and furthering NOBCChE's mission by:
    • Creating a network of role models who can serve as inspiration to others
    • Helping Senior Leadership in companies identify exceptional talent
    • Assisting organizations cultivate engaged employees
    • Raising the profile of organizations as employers of choice among Women, Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups
    In 2015, NOBCChE will accept applicants/nominations for 8 awards.

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    Join NOBCChE for our first YouTube webinar!
    NOBCChE
    Looking to give an effective technical talk? Join Dr. Wanida E. Lewis (General Mills) as she discusses tips for effective technical talks. This webinar will stream LIVE on youtube June 30 at 7 p.m. EST.

    Click here to register for the webinar!

    The webinar will be live on NOBCChE's YouTube page.

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    INDUSTRY NEWS


    #GirlsWithToys celebrates women in STEM fields, sharing stories of ladies who slay at science
    Bustle
    There have been a lot of strides for women in STEM fields in the last decade. But girls who were not as fortunate to have support in their calling need all the encouragement they can get, which is why the trending hashtag #GirlsWithToys is so important. Its aim is to fire back at the notion of male scientists as "boys with toys," and celebrate the women with successful STEM careers as well.
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    The cost of chemistry: Are you spending your own money?
    Chemistry World Blog
    It's no secret that research costs money — a lot of it. Funding is the fuel that that powers science, and without it we would have no equipment, no supplies and no way to pay our reserch teams. It's also no secret that science jobs are hard to come by. It's a hyper-competitive world, and there's immense pressure to do everything we can to get ahead in the pursuit of that dream job. So what happens when the need to get ahead conflicts with the availability of funding?
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    Number of Latino, black high school grads increases as 'dropout factories' decline
    DiversityInc
    The national high school graduation rate reached a record high of 81.4 percent, according to the 2015 report "Building a Grad Nation: Progress and Challenge in Ending the High School Dropout Epidemic." The report is by Civic Enterprises, Everyone Graduates Center at the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University in partnership with America’s Promise Alliance and Alliance for Excellent Education.
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    5 tips to make your cover letter stand out
    Business 2 Community
    Your cover letter is your first, albeit brief, introduction to a hiring manager. It is your opportunity to pique their interest and entice them to want to see what your resume holds. Because there is more flexibility with a cover letter, you can infuse some additional personality while still keeping it professional. Your cover letter should really highlight what you bring to the table and how you align with the job you are applying for.
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    Job hunting? The 25 best US cities to work and live
    BizNews
    Thinking of relocating to the U.S.? Don't start canvassing the most well-known cities for best work opportunities. Spread your next much wider, and think laterally. Online career community Glassdoor has released its new report on the top 25 cities, based not just on the moola, but on things like housing and job satisfaction, that are arguably even more important.
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    7 horrible job search tips to ignore
    Forbes
    It doesn't matter whether you heard one of these tips at a careers workshop in college or whether you heard it from your mother, who loves you dearly. Either way, all the tips listed here spring from fear. They come from the mindset "There are so many job seekers, you'll be lucky if anyone hires you!"
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