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Happy Holidays from the ASIP Education Committee and the NextGen editing team! Thank you all for your hard work this year and remember to get your favorite pathology researcher something sweet this season.

Mentorship programs help bridge STEM gender gap

By Shawna De La Rosa Taken from https://www.educationdive.com/news/mentorship-programs-help-bridge-stem-gender-gap/552097/ Dive Brief: In the midst of male-dominated fields that can sometimes deter females from entering, mentorship programs are cultivating interest and opening up opportunities to girls in STEM, EdSurge reports. In fact, when it comes to the percentage of girls who understand the relevance of STEM and the possible [...]

Fighting Heisenberg; how do we improve precision without losing accuracy?

It is easy to say that we are approaching a new golden age in modern medicine. Just in the last few years, we have made great strides in many areas of biomedicine and medical technology. However, with all this new data we face the inevitable dilemma of changing our dogmas and current understanding of science. [...]

Minority PhD students in STEM fare better with clear expectations, acceptance

Taken from https://www.washington.edu/news/2019/01/09/minority-ph-d-students-in-stem-fare-better-with-clear-expectations-acceptance/ Women and underrepresented minorities in STEM fields are more likely to advance professionally, publish more research and secure postdoctoral and faculty positions if their institutional culture is welcoming and sets clear expectations, according to a study of hundreds of Ph.D. students at four top-tier California research universities. Mark Richards, provost and executive [...]