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Tisha and friend in rain jackets at the 2018 March for Science in D.C. holding protest signs above thier heads

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.

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Tisha taking into a microphone in the WICB radio studio

GWiS's Tisha Bohr and WICB's Elena Piech discuss the launch of Science on Tap and the importance of groups like GWiS.

Blaschka glass squid sculpture

The Ithaca Times features Michelle Kelley and Tisha Bohr as they discuss the role of GWiS and the launch of Science on Tap which will feature speaker Dr. Drew Harvell as she discusses

how she's combining her marine biology research with a collection of glass sea animals constructed in the mid 1800s called Blaschkas, shown below.

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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.

In Print

& On Air

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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.

Locally Sourced Science's correspondent, Cecil Barnett-Neefs, covers Dr. Elia Tait Wojno's March "Science on Tap", gathering audience perspectives and  Elia's take on public engagement with science. "Science on Tap" coverage starts about about min 3:18.

Tisha with 15 other winners of the 2016 Chancellor's Acheivement Award for Diversity standingin a line on grass.

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.

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WICB correspondents Elena Piech and Bridget Bright scoped out the first Science on Tap event and interviewed host, Tisha Bohr, speaker Dr. Drew Harvell and "Fragile Legacy" film maker, David Brown.

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WHCU's Morning Newswatch host, Lee Rayburn interviews Science on Tap host, Dr. Tisha Bohr, speaker Dr. Elia Tait Wojno, about her upcoming talk.

Awards recognize postdocs who have made significant contributions community and show a commitment to inclusion. 

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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. 

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