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(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)FILE - In this Sept. 1, 2016 file photo, students walk past a Jesuit statue in front of Isaac Hawkins Hall, center, formerly named Mulledy Hall, on the Georgetown University campus, in Washington. Georgetown University undergraduates have voted Thursday, April 11, 2019, in favor of a referendum seeking the establishment of a fund benefiting the descendants of enslaved people sold to pay off the school's debts. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)

More schools will offer continuing education to federal employees at lower price

A total of 23 institutions are now part of the Federal Academic Alliance, an Office of Personnel Management program that connects employees with colleges…

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Is there a STEM job or SES slot with your name on it?

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Joe Biden

President Biden looking to attract more people from STEM fields into the national security workforce

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Navy trying to better diversity through STEM investments, recruiting changes, scholarships

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New NSF appointee looking to hit the ground running

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For the first time, FAA will field an all women ground crew for upcoming launch

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Jim Bridenstine

New mission directorate in NASA budget request would explore new capabilities for moon, Mars missions

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As cyber reskilling academy takes shape, hiring reform wish-list emerges

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Federal planetary scientist awarded for work on magnetospheres

Michelle Thomsen, senior scientist at the Planetary Science Institute, is a long-time federal and recently won a major award from the National Academies…

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Public research a path for women in STEM

The National Academies’ annual awards underscore women’s contributions to research science, including three female feds.

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Chris Hopfensberger

Preparing for the rise of ‘new collar’ jobs

Chris Hopfensberger, founding executive director of Software.org, discusses the need for further pushing STEM in education in order to prepare citizens for the jobs of the future.

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