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Career Ladder: Michael Mullowney

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Career Ladder: Michael Mullowney

An interest in the natural world led this chemist from the arts to natural product chemistry and the microbiome.

Teaching Chemistry During COVID-19 Through the Eyes of a First-Time Faculty Member

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Teaching Chemistry During COVID-19 Through the Eyes of a First-Time Faculty Member

The pandemic changed the way this first-time faculty member saw teaching, her students, and her own career. Read on to learn more about her unexpected conclusions.

Interviewing for a Two-Year College Faculty Position

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Interviewing for a Two-Year College Faculty Position

How do you prepare to make a positive impression? What will the hiring committee ask you? What should you ask your potential future colleagues? Learn what you should know about interviewing for a faculty position.

Tapping into Hidden Assets for Your CV

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Tapping into Hidden Assets for Your CV

The professional skills you’ve gained from extracurricular activities belong in your CV. Joerg Schlatterer shares aspects of his own life he wishes he had adapted to his comprehensive résumé.

Ask Congress to include COMPETES language to combat sexual harassment in STEM

The House and Senate recently announced the Representatives and Senators who will go to conference over the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act (USICA)/the America COMPETES Act (COMPETES). The conference committee is the final opportunity for constituents and organizations to advocate for priorities to remain included. ACS has consistently advocated for several priorities, including priorities to combat sexual harassment in STEM. We ask you to request that your Senators and Representative support the inclusion of the House's language focused on combating sexual harassment in the final bill.

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The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project

The Inclusive STEM Teaching Project is a 6 week course designed to advance the awareness, self-efficacy, and the ability of faculty, postdocs, and doctoral students to cultivate inclusive STEM learning environments for all their students and to develop themselves as reflective, inclusive practitioners. This free course starts on October 3, 2022 and ends on November 22, 2022.

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