By the time they’re in graduate school, most people think they know what they want to do. They’re past the internship period, right? On track to research super-stardom and professorships? Nature offers a few insights as to why they should consider an industry internship. Read more here.
“University service,” especially when it comes to diversity-driving activities, often falls to the faculty members of the affected groups. This results in faculty of underrepresented groups doing a disproportionate share of the service. How can faculty who are not part of these groups effectively step up to take on their share of the service load? Inside Higher Ed explores different ways that white faculty members can help with diversity efforts. Read it here.
It’s late April 2019, so I KNOW that the most pressing question in your mind about what’s going on in the Marvel Universe is: “Could Toby McGuire’s Spider Man from the 2004 movie Spider-Man 2 REALLY have stopped that train?!” Watch this Nerdist video to find out.
Among many experiments launched to the ISS was one questioning how nonhuman subjects–mice–responded to microgravity. It ended up being…strangely adorable? Watch as mice start playing with weightlessness as the days go by. Read more about their behavior here.