Journeys in Science: Inspiring the Next Generation examines the STEM education pipeline and discusses important strategies on working through the various challenges that STEM trainees face.
The book takes a look at career possibilities for scientists in the broadest sense, and is not solely limited to academia. Coverage includes individual and local concepts, as well as a discussion on how STEM education impacts trainee communities across the globe.
The book also focuses on diversity in STEM and offers valuable insights based on the authors’ own experiences.
- Offers advice for those in the STEM pipeline at all stages of training
- Contains global perspectives on trainees in STEM
- Includes personal vignettes, also utilizing primary research literature and data
Trainees, academic advisors, and mentors in STEM fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at the college and PhD levels. Related academic and professional organizations as well as those involved in STEM education advocacy, training, and workshops
- Little Scientists
2. The Local Perspective
3. The Global Perspective
4. Inspiring the Next Generation
5. STEM Education Advocacy Group:A Case Study
6. The Future and Beyond
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- © Academic Press 2017
- 27th July 2017
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Fanuel Muindi, PhD, grew up in Tanzania and completed his undergraduate degree at Morehouse College and his PhD in Biology at Stanford University, where he was awarded a DARE Fellowship. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is now Assistant Director of Graduate Programs, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, at Harvard University. He is also the Director and a co-founder of STEM Education Advocacy. He has published articles in Nature, Nature Biotechnology, and Science.
Assistant Director of Graduate Programs, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA
Jessica W. Tsai, MD, PhD, grew up in California as a second generation Asian American and completed her undergraduate degree at Stanford University and her MD and PhD in Neurosciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where she was awarded a Graduate Public Service Fellowship. She is now a 3rd year Pediatrics resident at Boston Children's Hospital and Boston Medical Center where she is also completing a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School. She also serves as an advisor with the STEM Education Advocacy Group and is the editor of Perspectives in STEM Education. She has published articles in The New York Times, Science Careers, Nature Biotechnology, and Science.
Boston Children's Hospital and Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA, USA