“For a woman, really?”
Jan23

“For a woman, really?”

Rutgers University recently hosted the largest Young Women in Bio (YWIB) event ever held in the US and Canada. The message from the panelists was clear: Be motivated, pursue your dreams and be flexible. Opportunities for women in STEM fields are growing.

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Wanted: Curious Teens Who Love Science and Love To Create
Jan08

Wanted: Curious Teens Who Love Science and Love To Create

cSw is recruiting students in grades 10, 11 or 12 for roles as writers, editors, graphic designers and social media coordinators. Apply Now!

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Notes from the Field
Dec07

Notes from the Field

cSw joined visual science communicators, researchers, journalists, and artists for an event focused on visualizing science for analysis, education, and inspiration.

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See Me for the Person I Am
Oct23

See Me for the Person I Am

My speech does not represent my intelligence. I have the same aspirations that any other high school senior has; going to college, getting a job and living a successful life. Everybody is different, but at the same time, we are all the same.

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AWIS Recognizes Two cSw Staffers
Aug07

AWIS Recognizes Two cSw Staffers

cSw student staffers Wendy Wu and Sonal Mahindroo have been awarded AWIS scholarships recognizing outstanding achievement in STEM studies.

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Stick Around! cSw Staffer Creates a Sustainable Wood Resin
Aug06

Stick Around! cSw Staffer Creates a Sustainable Wood Resin

Veteran cSw staffer Carey Lau interviews her innovative classmate, Laura Vorbach, a finalist in the International Clean Tech competition. The secret ingredient that contributed to Laura’s successful project was bamboo.

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