Top read stories in October 2015 Current Affairs

If you didn’t have a chance to read the October 2015 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.

Finding a job is a job in itself
Whether you are thinking of pursuing a postdoctoral fellowship, or a position in industry or government, Andrew Watson, PhD, associate dean, provides some advice to keep in mind while deciding on the next steps in your career.

Bridging the gender gap in science
“There are major issues in the world that scientists are trying to find answers for, yet half the population is discouraged from being part of finding those solutions.” Ramina Adam, PhD Candidate, is channeling her passion to help make the field of science more inclusive for female students and trainees.

Thriving on learning new things
From working one-on-one in the lab with her graduate trainees to reading about innovative technology and techniques during her downtime, Nathalie Bérubé, PhD, is constantly surrounding herself with new information to impact her research.

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