Ramen and Research: how STEM graduate students pay for school

Farah Qaiser and Nahomi Amberber, Policy and Politics co-editors Graduate students play a key role in their scientific fields. Under the supervision of a trained scientist, these students learn how to propose novel ideas, carry out experiments to test their hypotheses, and contribute to the science community’s growing hub of knowledge. However, a day in […]

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Canadian Women In STEM Conference: How do we keep women in STEM?

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Farah Qaiser, Policy & Politics co-editor Throughout 2017, gender, diversity and inclusivity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields has been a contentious topic. The Naylor Report marked it as an issue that needs immediate attention in academic circles, and this year’s male-dominated Nobel prizes, followed extensively in the news, underscored the problem. The […]

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