As an undergraduate, she was the only woman majoring in her field. Now she’s chairing a comp-sci department and looking to diversify its graduates.
Scientists often rely on informal networking to admit doctoral students and hire postdocs. But those methods help keep women and people of color out of the pipeline.
In a male-dominated discipline, job candidates who cannot see that the playing field is uneven have no hope of correcting it.
A new assistant professor recalls his mentor in mulling how to choose his own graduate students.
A new organization is helping researchers explain their work and why it matters.
A career in science should be a long and winding adventure, not an uphill slog.