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Medical Schools Change Admissions Practices in Response to the Virus Crisis - Student Research Foundation

Medical Schools Change Admissions Practices in Response to the Virus Crisis

“The Impact of the Coronavirus Outbreak on Medical School Admissions,” an article that Kristen Moon published in Forbes on April 22, 2020, gives important insights on how medical schools are changing their admissions policies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Teacher Satisfaction Research - Student Research Foundation

Teacher Satisfaction Matters

The Student Research Foundation (SRF) surveyed high school teachers nationwide about their satisfaction on 14 job-related factors. (See infographic below.) 2,385 responded during Fall 2018. The data, collected pre-Covid, provide insights into teachers’ willingness to rally after schools closed and possible impacts of any Covid-induced budget cuts on learning environments. Read more

Destination Imagination a Student Research Foundation Partner

Stay Creative While You Stay At Home!

In these days of social distancing and stay-at-home guidance, it’s more important than ever to connect with friends and family members and to continue expressing your creativity.  That’s why the Student Research Foundation would like to tell you about a great opportunity for students and their families, from Destination Imagination, one of our student research partners. Read more

Learn Coding and Other Computer Skills for Free Online - Student Research Foundation

Learn Coding and Other Computer Skills for Free Online

Are you a high school student who is logging a lot of time indoors in the safety of your home? Or are you the parent of a young man or woman who is?

If so, we have a suggestion for you . . . Read more

Career Discovery Museum Administration - Student Research Foundation

Career Discovery: Museum Administration

Are you thinking about a career as a museum administrator? Do you know a student who is?

Museum work is exciting and varied, with many interesting career paths to explore. Professionals who work for museums can undertake a range of duties that can include . . . Read more

It’s Time for Students to Prepare for Virtual Job Interviews - Student Research Foundation

It’s Time for Students to Prepare for Virtual Job Interviews

As I was taking my garbage cans to the curb yesterday, I asked my neighbor how he was doing in the midst of the current virus crisis.

“I’ve been doing lots of virtual meetings these days,” he said. Read more

Career Discovery Becoming a Pharmacist - Student Research Foundation

Career Discovery: Becoming a Pharmacist

Many people have been thinking about medicine and prescription drugs a lot over the last few weeks. They have been asking questions like these . . . Read more

Career Discovery Public Safety and Law Enforcement - Student Research Foundation

Career Discovery: Public Safety and Law Enforcement

Yesterday as I was driving through the suburban town where I live, I saw two police cruisers idling with their rooftop lights flashing.

Only a few weeks ago, I would have thought something terrible had happened. But today, the knowledge that my town’s law officers were looking out for my safety made me feel calm and reassured. Read more

Career Discovery Supply Chain Management - Student Research Foundation

Career Discovery: Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management (SCM) professionals monitor the movement of goods from their source to their customers.

Only a few weeks ago, not too many people were thinking about supply chain management. Most of us were probably assuming that the supply chains that bring us medicines, medical equipment, food and other goods were working well. Read more

More Students Should Be Thinking about Careers in Health Services Today - Student Research Foundation

More Students Should Be Thinking about Careers in Health Services Today

Research conducted by the Student Research Foundation earlier this year found that many American high school students were already interested in pursuing careers in the health sciences. That was before Coronavirus reached our shores. But even then, our research found that  . . . Read more