Harvard Graduate Students on Strike
Harvard Graduate Students on Strike
The students’ union and the university could not reach an agreement on salary, health benefits, and harassment protections.
Harvard Graduate Students on Strike
Harvard Graduate Students on Strike

The students’ union and the university could not reach an agreement on salary, health benefits, and harassment protections.

The students’ union and the university could not reach an agreement on salary, health benefits, and harassment protections.

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Society for American Archaeology Can Ban Harassers from Meetings
Society for American Archaeology Can Ban Harassers from Meetings
Kerry Grens | Dec 3, 2019
Members approve a bylaw change that could prohibit someone guilty of misconduct from attending a conference, following uproar over the presence of a known harasser at a meeting earlier this year.
Do English-Only Policies Foster or Damage Inclusivity in Science?
Do English-Only Policies Foster or Damage Inclusivity in Science?
Shawna Williams | Dec 1, 2019
Speaking a common language is key to a well-integrated team, but guidance is sparse on what—if anything—principal investigators should do about it.
Exploring the Matrix: A Profile of Zena Werb
Exploring the Matrix: A Profile of Zena Werb
Diana Kwon | Dec 1, 2019
The cell and molecular biologist unveiled a role for the breakdown of proteins in the extracellular matrix in both healthy and pathogenic cells.
Financial Aid Recipients Breaking Funding Rules: Investigation
Financial Aid Recipients Breaking Funding Rules: Investigation
Catherine Offord | Nov 22, 2019
Many early-career clinical scientists receiving support through the NIH’s Loan Repayment Program have accepted disallowed industry funding, Science reveals.
Science Groups Pull Brigham Young University Job Ads
Science Groups Pull Brigham Young University Job Ads
Kerry Grens | Nov 13, 2019
Members of two geology societies voiced concerns about the school’s prohibition of same-sex relationships.
U Missouri Grad Students Can Unionize: State Supreme Court
U Missouri Grad Students Can Unionize: State Supreme Court
Emily Makowski | Nov 8, 2019
After a series of appeals from the university, Missouri courts have ruled for the third time that students have collective bargaining rights.
Trainees Often Ghostwrite PIs’ Peer Reviews: Survey
Trainees Often Ghostwrite PIs’ Peer Reviews: Survey
Jef Akst | Nov 4, 2019
Half of early-career researchers say they’d participated in the peer review process with their mentors without getting credit.
Watcher of Whales: A Profile of Roger Payne
Watcher of Whales: A Profile of Roger Payne
Diana Kwon | Nov 1, 2019
A love of music and science led the marine biologist to discover that whales sing songs, a discovery that he’s since used to convince the world the animals are worth saving.
Increase in Academics Leaving the UK Since Brexit Vote
Increase in Academics Leaving the UK Since Brexit Vote
Emily Makowski | Oct 30, 2019
Higher ed professionals from EU and non-EU countries are departing for jobs elsewhere, perhaps reflecting uncertainty over funding availability.