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October 27, 2003

WOMEN IN ACADEMIA

Women are still underrepresented among the full professor ranks, despite some small gains.

September 29, 2003

GRAD SCHOOL & BEYOND

Special four-part supplement discusses whether a top 10 pedigree is needed for a faculty job, effects of new immigration rules on foreign grad students, programs to prepare future faculty, and postdocs in industry.

September 22, 2003

CAREER CHEMISTRY

Educators develop creative ways to give students real-world experience.

REHABBED LABS

MIT's chemistry labs get a new look.

August 11, 2003

CALIFORNIA CRISIS

New funding cuts bode ill for state's universities.

August 4, 2003

TEACHING CHEMISTRY

ACS conference explores new ideas for chemical education curriculum reform.

April 21, 2003

TEACHING MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

Universities take a variety of tacks to introduce students to drug discovery.

WINNING STUDENTS OVER

Teacher makes chemistry accessible to wary nonscientists.

April 14, 2003

CUTTING CORNERS

Research asks why students cheat in classroom labs and how to prevent it.

April 7, 2003

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Master's program merges a background in science with an interest in business.

March 17, 2003

SECURITY MEASURES

Foreign scientists attempting to enter the U.S. for temporary visits have a hard time getting visas.

CHEMISTRY BUILDING

Washington University in St. Louis dedicates a $55 million state-of-the-art research and teaching facility.

March 11, 2003

REPLACING THE LECTURE

Online conference focuses on alternatives to traditional methods of teaching chemistry.

February 3, 2003

RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS

Studio-based project develops undergraduate engineering students'writing and speaking skills.

ENCOURAGING MINORITIES

Eleven organizations band together in effort to boost number of minority scientists and engineers.

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