The Cornell Chronical reports on the first post from the Science@CornellVet blog titled "Science, not Silence" publicizing the motivations of College of Veterinary Medicine students, staff and faculty members for attending the April 22, 2017 March for Science in Washington, D.C.
"Science on Tap Mixes Research and a casual drink"
September 26, 2017
how she's combining her marine biology research with a collection of glass sea animals constructed in the mid 1800s called Blaschkas, shown below.
"CRPC members explain recommendation rationale"
May 8, 2018
Cornell's Consensual Relationship Policy Committee Members, Tisha Bohr, Rhonda Gilmore and Jenna Chong, respond to an editorial published in the Cornell Daily Sun criticizing the policy committee's recommendation of a ban on relationships between graduate/professional students and faculty who work in the same graduate field or degree program.
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Advocates reflect on the impact AAAS's new policy with have on how abusive harassment will not be tolerated in the scientific community.
"Active learning movement gains momentum"
January 20, 2016
The UCSC University News Center reports on active learning intiatives that focus on more student engagement such as the Institute for Science and Engineer Educators, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute-funded Active Learning Initiative and the STEM Active Learning Seminar Series.
The UCSC University News Center details campus recognition for work done by students, faculty, staff, and programs to promote diversity and inclusion on campus through the 2016 Chancellor’s Achievement Awards for Diversity.
"Science on Tap introduces first event with speaker Drew Harvell"
October 2, 2017
"A worm a day keeps the doctor away?!?"
March 13, 2018
Awards recognize postdocs who have made significant contributions community and show a commitment to inclusion.
"Postdocs honored with achievement awards"
September 24, 2018
"A New Bill Vows to Combat STEM's Sexual Harassment Problem"
October 10, 2018
Scientists offer their perspective on a new bill, The “Combatting Sexual Harassment in Science Act of 2018,” recently introduced by Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX), aimed at finding solutions for ending prevalent sexual harassment in STEM and it's consequences.