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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

    NOBCChE Member and Percy Julian Awardee Willie May confirmed as NIST director, Commerce under secretary
    NOBCChE
    Acting Director of the National Institute for Science and Technology Willie May was officially named to the director position after being confirmed by the Senate on May 4. In being confirmed, May was also named the Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology, the second person to hold the title. May has been with NIST since 1971 — when it was called the National Bureau of Standards — and has served as acting director for the last year.

    NOBCChE has recognized Dr. May with both the Percy Julian Award for outstanding research in organic analytical chemistry and the Henry Hill Award for exemplary work and leadership in the field of chemistry. We are very proud of Dr. May and all of his accomplishments.
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    Join NOBCChE for our first YouTube webinar!
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    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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    Win a FREE 1-year NOBCChE membership — deadline to submit abstract is coming up
    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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    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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    INDUSTRY NEWS


    This is what women in STEM look like around the world
    Mic
    American women are severely underrepresented in STEM fields. But in recent years, corporate campaigns, educational contests and even White House policy have begun to recognize the women who are breaking through these barriers — people like U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith and Google Global Science Fair winner Shree Bose. But female scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians worldwide are breaking barriers and making incredible contributions to their fields despite the odds. Here are just a few women doing so all over the world.
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    Finding a dream job: Dating for the perfect match
    By Linchi Kwok
    May is the month of graduations. Many new graduates are excited about their future, but at the same time somewhat nervous about new jobs and a new life. Occasionally, I will meet with some graduating seniors who need career advice. My suggestion is: Forget about the stereotypes others put on you and trust your gut. You know what you are good at and what you like. Find an employer that is the best match — if not the perfect match — for yourself. Act as if the employer is the perfect match for you in your personal life.
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    The most common illegal job interview questions you should watch out for
    Lifehacker
    Interviewing for a job doesn't mean you have to give up all of your personal information and backstory. Whether you're prepping for an upcoming interview, or wondering about a previous one, these are the questions you’re legally protected from having to answer.
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    Is your social media presence hurting your job search?
    CIO
    Social media can make or break your career. We've all heard at least one story of an employee getting fired over a Tweet or Facebook post. And when you apply to a job, most hiring managers will first turn to Google to vet your background and qualifications. Whichever way you swing it, you can't avoid social media anymore, and how you manage — or don't manage — your social presence can make or break your job hunt. It's time to take control of your image and start thinking of social media as personal branding.
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    All in the family
    Science
    Husband and wife chemists discuss working with a spouse and the role of gender and family in an academic career.
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    Why a resume should be a job seeker's last resort
    Forbes
    Popular wisdom suggests that with a resume, you're pinning your hopes on making a winning impression in six seconds or less. You've been agonizing over this document for days and all you can hope for is that someone with power will spend less time than it takes to cross a busy intersection evaluating your competency and determining the trajectory of your career. Does that seem reasonable?
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