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The economy could use more storytellers

by Bennett Purser and Kai Ryssdal Oct 21, 2019
According to some economic heavyweights, it's time to get back to words and stories.
English majors in University are down 25.5% since the financial crisis.
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The most and least "valuable" college majors

by Mitchell Hartman Aug 26, 2019
Bankrate.com ranks a range of STEM majors as most valuable based primarily on median salary and the unemployment rate of graduates.
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Something you didn't know: H-1B visa fees pay for STEM research, education for Americans

by Andy Uhler Jun 12, 2019
The goal: More Americans in high-paying jobs.
A science teacher works with students in a high school in Homestead, Florida, in 2017.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

At my 18th CES tech show, I felt unwelcome

by Molly Wood Jan 11, 2019
Booth babes, tech bros and gender bias. Why is this still happening in 2019?
A dancer performs at the Lamborghini massage chair display at CES 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

Girl Scouts get badges for camping, first aid and now ... cybersecurity

by Molly Wood Aug 21, 2018
The organization has new STEM-themed emblems — think robotics and engineering.
Girl Scouts CEO Sylvia Acevedo in her office.
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The Trump administration may restrict visas for certain Chinese students in STEM fields

by Kimberly Adams May 30, 2018
Reports say grad students may be issued visas good for just a year at a time, rather than the multi-year type that are common now.
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How to be an astronaut

by Eliza Mills Dec 8, 2017
Advice from a former International Space Station Commander.
Attired in a training version of his spacesuit, astronaut Doug Wheelock, Expedition 24 flight engineer and Expedition 25 commander, awaits the start of a spacewalk training session in the waters of the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory near NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
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Indians worry about U.S. degree prospects under Trump

by Sally Herships Jan 26, 2017
If a U.S. job isn't likely, an expensive U.S. education doesn't make sense.
The outdoor cafeteria at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India.
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The two sisters who became doctors against the odds

by Bridget Bodnar Nov 17, 2016
The story of Emily and Elizabeth Blackwell, sisters who became doctors and opened their own hospital in the 19th century.
A scene depicting an anatomy lesson for female medical students is shown in "Sala di Anatomia al Woman's Medical College of New York Infirmary", first printed in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, April 16, 1870.
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How "Jurassic Park" inspired one doctor

by Bridget Bodnar Oct 5, 2016
In "Wonder Women," Sam Maggs details the accomplishments of trailblazing women. Here's one of their stories.