By Jasmine Dyoco
Children with autism have special requirements that must be met in order for them to be safe inside their homes, so having a child with autism can bring a whole new perspective on how you design and decorate your home. If your child has autism, there are numerous strategies you need to know in order to design a space that is accommodating and comfortable for them.
By Jennifer Banarez
I remember it feeling like a dark and stormy night that time I first sat down to write my resume. The utterly painful task of boiling down years of education and experience into a single line or two on Microsoft Word is enough to ruin any day. However, you don’t have to stumble through the darkness alone. I was luckily able to interview a scientist named Christina Hughes from Envision Communications, and she shared with me some great tips that can help keep you from getting lost. Thankfully, with each new revision, I felt as though these short descriptions reflected me better. Here are some of Christina’s suggestions for crafting the ideal resume to get you noticed by a prospective employer:
By Karelly Ramirez
My Scientista Symposium experience is one I go back to in my head and yapp and yapp to people about when I want to feel super cool. Because let’s face it, if you were there, you know we were all pretty cool! I was in a room with more than 200+ women who all geek out about science. That’s my crew right there.
By Robbin Koenig
Are you ready to kickstart your academic or professional career in a STEM field, but get overwhelmed by all of the options that pop up on your search engine?