By Sadaf Atarod
By Niharika Vattikonda
A portfolio of work is no longer just for the visual and fine arts. Many people in the STEM fields, especially those interested in technology, benefit from putting together a collection of their past work to demonstrate their strengths to a potential employer. A portfolio, which can be in the form of a personal website, includes examples of pieces that demonstrate your expertise in a variety of areas and works of which you are most proud. Here, we provide suggestions of a portfolio for someone in software development, but it can be adapted for anyone working in a majority of STEM fields.
By Rita Algorri
What do video games have to do with science? Quite a lot, actually, and not just because you might be playing them instead of reading that neglected folder of papers you’ve been meaning to get to.
By Gabrielle-Ann Torre
How do non-scientists learn about science?
The answer: in many ways!
Science education is critical in teaching diverse learners about scientific content and processes. Particularly, education outside of core curriculum is a surprising venue through which scientists can educate the community at large on scientific topics.
Why and how should individuals in the scientific community get involved in science education?