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Stressed businesswoman with glasses sitting behind home office desk, cat is watching her.

Furry Companions

December 20, 2021

Graduate school can be stressful but having a pet may help us better manage this stress.

Abstract luminous DNA molecule, neon helix on color background.

Human Genome Project

December 15, 2021

The ground-breaking uncovering of the human genome, how it has impacted our understanding of biology, and where this project will take us in the future.

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What is Epistemology?

November 17, 2021

If you were told that telling the truth could get you killed, would you still do it?

A photo of the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul.

Diversity Benefits Everyone

November 08, 2021

Getting accepted into a Ph.D. program is not an easy job, but it is even harder for international students.

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Disabilities in STEM

October 13, 2021

Supporting disabled individuals in STEM is critical to maintaining a successful scientific community; simply adhering to ADA guidelines is not enough.

3D representation of coronavirus particles.

COVID19 and its Variants

September 22, 2021

The new mutants (not a Marvel movie) impact the reality we are facing. What are these new COVID-19 variants and where did they come from?

Mia Edgerton and her daughter posing in front of Christmas presents. Photo provided by Mia Edgerton.

Moms in STEM

September 08, 2021

Graduate school can present students with many challenges, but being a mother during this journey adds another layer of complexity.

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Essential PhD Tips

September 01, 2021

Newly enrolled or considering graduate school? Here are a few helpful tips.

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Blood Sweat and Gears

August 24, 2021

LOWVELO is an annual fundraising bike ride to help raise funds for lifesaving cancer research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center.

Black woman feeling depression symptoms alone at home.

Let There Be Light

August 19, 2021

Starting to feel the winter blues? You might be experiencing symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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