Petroleum Engineering Shows U.S. Students' Hidden Prowess
American students' behavior defies the prevailing stereotype when looking at how they flock to the hot field of petroleum engineering.
Young Artists, Scientists Think Logically, Creatively
The "two cultures" are one: New research finds no significant differences in the problem-solving patterns of arts and science students at one British university.
Is America's Science Education Gap Caused By Career Planning Fears?
It's not insufficient schooling or a shortage of scientists. It's a lack of job opportunities. Americans need the reasonable hope that spending their youth preparing to do science will provide a satisfactory career.
Community Building Keeps Students on the Scientifc Path
Tom Price is blogging for Miller-McCune.com from the 3rd annual Conference on Understanding Interventions That Broaden Participation in Research Careers.