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5 Ways To Get More Women in STEM

Guest blogger Lesley L. Smith, Ph.D. has earned a plethora of degrees, including a M.S. and a Ph.D. in Elementary Particle Physics. In 2012, she added to her collection by completing her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University. … More » 5 Ways To Get More Women in STEM is a post from TheGrindstone - Tips on career, business & work place for women, including interview advice, resume help and strategy and office style.
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