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  1. Using genograms to facilitate undergraduate students' career development: a group model.: An article from: Career Development Quarterly by Krista M. Malott, Sandy Magnuson, 2004-12-01
  2. Outstanding traits: in a selected college group,: With some reference to career interests and war records (Genetic psychology monographs) by Frederic Lyman Wells, 1946
  3. The Leadership Gene: The Genetic Code of a Life-Long Leadership Career by Cyril Levicki, 1998-06
  5. The Human Career: Human Biological and Cultural Origins by Richard G. Klein, 1989-12-15
  6. Plant Breeding and Agrarian Research in Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institutes 1933-1945: Calories, Caoutchouc, Careers (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science) by Susanne Heim, 2008-03
  7. The effect of Egalitarian and Complementarian gender role attitudes on career aspirations in Evangelical female undergraduate college students.: An article from: Journal of Psychology and Theology by Colleen Warner Colaner, Susan C. Warner, 2005-09-22
  8. "Maybe it's genetic...": An article from: The Exceptional Parent
  9. Talent, opportunity and career: A twenty-six year follow-up of 1500 individuals by Torsten Husén, 1969
  10. The Uses of Discretion (Oxford Socio-Legal Studies)
  11. The Infertility Treadmill: Feminist Ethics, Personal Choice, and the Use of Reproductive Technologies (Studies in Social Medicine) by Karey A. Harwood, 2007-11-26
  12. Where the Truth Lies: Franz Moewus and the Origins of Molecular Biology by Jan Sapp, 1990-07-27

81. Science Careers Web:  Biological Science Career Info
education program. Interested in careers in the Genetics Field (http// Genetics
Careers in the Biological Sciences Has anyone ever told you that You Can Teach Science! )? The National Science Teachers Association has a detailed description on how to prepare to get in the classroom, and what to expect! The American Institute of Biological Sciences has a broad but useful description of Careers in Biology ). This web page discusses what jobs biologists have, new directions in biological careers, what education and training is required, and life science careers for the future. One place to start and get a general overview of the field is with Careers in Biology ) prepared by The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Educational Council. Lots of information is compiled here on several career options in biology, such as animal behavior, comparative endocrinology, comparative physiology and biochemistry, ecology and evolution, invertebrate zoology, neurobiology, systematic and evolutionary biology, integrative and comparative issues, and vertebrate morphology. The Carolina Biological Supply Company has an online newsletter that contains an article discussing Biology Careers for the Next Century

82. CGS Careers
of Speciality Clinical......More About careers careers in Clinical Genetics. CLINICAL GENETICS– A Career Option. 1. Brief
Home Professional Policy Research ... Contact More About Careers: Careers in Clinical Genetics Entry Requirements Career Paths Day in the Life
1. Brief Description of Speciality
Clinical Genetics is a speciality concerned with diagnosing inherited disorders and birth defects, with the estimation of genetic risks and genetic counselling of family members. Clinical geneticists generally work in multidisciplinary regional genetic centres, along with scientists, clinical co-workers (genetic associates and nurses), and academic colleagues.
2. Attractive Career Option
This speciality is continually changing and clinical geneticists must take into account new findings and alter practice accordingly. S/he needs to act as an information resource for other medical specialities. A wide range of clinical skills is required since genetic disorders affect people of all ages and body systems. Communication skills are highly important in conveying difficult concepts and test results to families enabling them to choose an appropriate course of action.
3. Challenges

83. PH@school: Prentice Hall Biology: Careers
careers in Genetics This site, developed by the American Society of Human Genetics,provides an introduction to careers in genetics, as well as profiles of
The following links provide information about biology-related careers. These links pertain to the careers described in each of the ten units of Prentice Hall Biology
Unit 1
Careers in Forensic Science
Forensic science is the application of science to crime investigation and other legal questions. Use this site developed by Discovery Communications Inc. to learn more about the work of a forensic scientist and to find out the training you need to enter this field.
Chapter 2 Forensic Scientist
Unit 2
Careers in Forestry
Would you like to work with trees? This site from the U.S. Department of Labor tells you essential information useful if you are considering a career in forestry. You'll find out about the nature of the work, the variety of careers available, training needed, salary, and related occupations.
Chapter 4 Forestry Technician
Unit 3
Careers in Medical Laboratory Technology
A good histotechnologist is a problem solver. Most histotechnologists work in hospitals or medical research laboratories. When a surgeon sends a tissue sample to the hospital laboratory during surgery, the histotechnologist must work quickly to prepare the tissue for examination with the microscope, often while the surgery is still in progress. This Web site, developed by the American Society for Clinical Pathology, describes the work of several careers in medical laboratory technology. Through this site you can learn about the nature of the career and the educational requirements.
Chapter 7 Histotechnologist
Unit 4

84. Genetics
careers in Genetics http// Links to InterestingGenetics Web Sites Genetics careers, Human Genome Project, and more!

85. Your Degree In Genetics... What Next?
Most careers relating to genetics are based in, or relate to, the Health Service,so employers tend to be hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and universities.

86. CALS | Academic Student Affairs (ASA)> Majors > Genetics
The undergraduate Genetics Association (UGA) is a studentrun organization thathelps students learn about careers in Genetics, fosters academic excellence
Curriculum Sheets and Four-Year Plans

87. University Of California - Graduate Program In Genetics (RIVERSIDE)
careers in Genetics, Genomics and Bioinformatics Career opportunitiesfor individuals with a Ph.D. in Genetics are extremely diverse!§ion_id=56

88. Science Careers
profit research organization near the east slopes of the Rocky Mountains and providesan outstanding environment to train for a career in mammalian genetics.

89. The New Genetics: A Resource For Students And Teachers - UMDNJ Camden Campus Lib
Genetics Education Center (University of Kansas Medical Center) covers the HumanGenome Project, careers in genetics, and offers a wide variety of links to

New Brunswick/Piscataway Stratford Camden The New Genetics A Resource for Students and Teachers Genetics Education Resources Access Excellence - a national educational program for high school biology teachers sponsored by Genentech, Inc.
Genetics Websites - an annotated list of web sites Graphics Gallery - a collection of drawings designed to illustrate genetic concepts and activities
Decisions, Decisions Online - from Tom Snyder Productions. Includes a discussion guide, with student handouts, on cloning for grades 5-10. Diving into the Gene Pool - based on a 1995 exhibit at the Exploratorium , includes brief descriptions of the exhibits, a glossary and pointers to genetics web sites. DNA for Dinner? - A WebQuest activity designed to answer the question, "Should genetically engineered food crops be specially labelled for consumers and why?" DNA From the Beginning - an interactive multimedia tutorial from the DNA Learning Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Currently includes "classical genetics," with four additional modules to be released from April 1999 through April 2000. DNA Learning Center - includes a variety of instructional materials and information on educational programs offered by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory for both students and teachers Education Information from the Biotechnology Industry Organization - education resources, biotechnology career guide, databases, and more.

90. Animal Science Careers
They are responsible for obtaining and passing on superior genetics from breed knowledgeof the animal industry and computer skills are needed in this career.
Careers in the Animal Sciences Animal Science Option: Veterinary Medicine Animal Scientist – An animal scientist conducts research throughout the agriculture field in order to improve production, yield, and growth of the agriculture industry. The career opportunities range from private research firms to federal and state experimental stations. The animal scientist plays a key role in the advancement of the agriculture industry. Veterinary Technician – A career as a veterinary technician is a rewarding profession. A technician's job entails providing animal care, performing various laboratory procedures, and assisting a licensed veterinarian. A technician plays a vital role in the success of a veterinarian's practice. Technicians can be involved in research in laboratories, Zoos, and animal production facilities. Technical Writer – This field involves providing basic information needed to produce reports, proposals, articles, and procedural manuals. A writer can choose how far his or her career will go. Technical writers are in demand for agriculture magazines and many research firms.

91. CALS: Plant Genetics And Breeding
degree in Plant Genetics and Breeding prepares students for pursuing advanced degreesin plant breeding and plant genetics or for immediate entry into careers.
Cornell University OAP Admissions Majors Plant Genetics and Breeding
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Plant Science Specialization Visit this department's site
Plant Sciences
Majors for Undergraduates
Admissions Plant Genetics and Breeding Plant Genetics and Breeding is one of seven specializations that students may choose from within the Plant Sciences major.
  • Plant Genetics and Breeding is the application of genetics and related sciences to improve cultivated plant species. It is used to improve new varieties of agronomic, vegetable, horticultural, and ornamental crops that better meet the needs of modern living. At Cornell and other institutions, research is conducted to increase quality and productivity of food and ornamental products economically and efficiently. Some examples of improvements that will likely occur through plant breeding and biotechnology research follow.
  • Crops will be bred with increased tolerance to environmental stresses such as heat, cold, salt, drought, excess moisture, and soil acidity. Food value of crops will improve because of a larger concentration of high-quality proteins, vitamins, and minerals and improved storage capability. Plants will have increased resistance to nematodes and to diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Insect predation will be controlled by removing chemical signals from plants that attract insects or by giving plants the ability to produce their own natural repellents or chemicals to entrap insects. Food productivity of plants will increase because of improved efficiency of physiological processes.

92. Biology Careers On The Internet [Internet Resources]
http// careers in Human http// Plant Sciences.

93. Psci-com: A Gateway To The Public Understanding Of Science
biotechnology, issues surrounding the ethics of biotech research, real world applicationsof biotechnology and careers advice for Art and genetics bibliography.
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Genetics [ back to keyword index
Access Excellence: About Biotech Launched in 1993, Access Excellence (AE) aims to provide school biology teachers with access to sources of new scientific information via the Internet. "About Biotech", part of the AE web site, explores: the history of biotechnology, issues surrounding the ethics of biotech research, real world applications of biotechnology and careers advice for young people hoping to pursue job opportunities. In 1999 Genetech donated the Access Excellence website to the National Health Museum. Science - Study and teaching - Aids and devices Human gene mapping Genetics Career development ... Art and genetics bibliography This art and genetics bibliography, compiled by George Gessert, November 1996, updated May 2002, is part of Leonardo on-line, the world Web Site for the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. The bibliography brings resources together that explore the relationship between art and genetics. It includes writings that directly examine the area of overlap between the two disciplines; Catalogs and studies of art with genetic dimensions; Studies of domestication and histories of plants and animals kept for esthetic pleasure e.g. pets; Writings about esthetic criteria used in plant and animal selection; Explorerations of the biophilia hypothesis, and science fiction accounts of genetic art. Genetics Bibliography Art and science BBSRC Life Homepage of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council's Life, a series of on-line exhibitions exploring the science and issues of modern biological research. The exhibitions include: 'inGeneious', which covers the science and issues of genetic modification, and 'Genomics and beyond', a look at how scientists are starting to read and use the lanaguage of genes. There is also 'New age conservation', which explores how modern gene and computer technologies are changing our understanding of evolution, conservation strategies and bioprospecting, whilst 'Taking a small look at science' investigates how nanoscale technology is being used to tackle new challenges in the life sciences.

94. CareerSite
Carol Kleiman, genetic testing, paid leave get states attention State legislaturespass employment laws every year which affect every worker and every employer
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95. Frequently Asked Questions About Public Health Genetics
We imagine that our graduates will pursue careers in public health agencies Formore information about the Genetics in the Workplace Survey published in
Institute for Public Health Genetics
University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Frequently Asked Questions about the
Institute for Public Health Genetics (IPHG)
Q: I come from a non-science background. What classes could I take to prepare myself better for one of the IPHG programs? A: Not all of our students come from a scientific background. New IPHG students who do not have a fundamental knowledge of human genetics and molecular biology are required to complete the equivalent of GENOME 371 and GENOME 372 either before entering the program or during their first year of study in the MPH program. Courses in basic biology and chemistry will also be helpful. Q: What is the typical profile for somebody admitted into the PHG program? A: There is no typical profile. Student backgrounds have ranged from legal to molecular biology and from biology teaching to social anthropology. Decisions regarding acceptance to the PHG program are made by a faculty committee. The committee makes its decisions based on a variety of factors.

96. Vermont Genetics Network News & Info.
to hear about different types of careers that are associated with science. If youwould like additional information about the Vermont Genetics Network, contact

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VGN Events - 2004
rd Annual Career Day (April 15, 2004)
st Annual Graduate Student Career Day (March 24, 2004)
VGN Events - 2003
nd Annual Retreat (August 13, 2003)
nd Annual Career Day (April 16, 2003)
Vermont Genetics Network
3rd Annual Career Day
April 15, 2004 On April 15th, VGN hosted its 3rd Annual Career Day in the Billings Student Center at the University of Vermont. Science oriented students from UVM, Castleton State College, Johnson State College, Middlebury College, Norwich University and Saint Michael's College were invited to attend. Faculty members from the same colleges were invited to attend as well. The evening began with a buffet dinner. Before, during and after dinner the newly funded Summer Intern undergraduate students from the various colleges had an opportunity to meet their UVM graduate student mentor. Although most of the student interns will be doing their research at their respective institutions with a research advisor, all felt that it will be very beneficial to have the support of a UVM mentor as well. This year, the undergraduate students that were funded for summer research last summer presented posters describing their research projects. The poster presentations were met with interest from all attendees.

97. UHS: Career Library
careers in the Genetics Field Federation of American Societies for ExperimentalBiology. careers in Genetics and the Biosciences US DOE, Human Genome Program.

98. IS-MPMI Jobs/Careers
in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Genetics, or related discipline appropriateto the position is at the ARS website at http//
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Need to find a job? Members can access job listings 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Do you need to fill an open position? Let IS-MPMI's job placement service help! Submissions are free to IS-MPMI members. For more information, or to submit jobs, contact IS-MPMI Headquarters by e-mail at , or by phone at +1.651.454.7250. Job Placement Service Listings: POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS Harrison lab (Boyce Thompson Institute, Ithaca, NY) Summary: Most vascular flowering plants are able to form symbiotic associations with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi. These associations (called ‘arbuscular mycorrhizas’) develop in the roots, where the fungus colonizes the root to obtain carbon from the plant, while assisting the plant with the acquisition of phosphorus from the soil. Development of the symbiosis involves the cellular reprogramming of the root cortical cells to allow invasion of the fungus, arbuscule development and nutrient exchange. Research in our laboratory focuses on the mechanisms underlying development of the symbiosis and nutrient transport at the arbuscule-cortical cell interface. A model legume, Medicago truncatula , and AM fungus

99. Undergraduate Studies In Genetics
genetics course with Registration and Records.). Career in genetics are varied and extensive. They include
Undergraduate Studies in Genetics
Genetics Minor: click here to see the
Genetics Minor Requirements
Information on the
Chancellor Carey Bostian Scholarship
The Department of Genetics provides these undergraduate genetics courses

100. MAD.SCI Libe: Genetics
characteristics in humans. careers in Genetics. careers in the GeneticsField Genetics Society of America. Recommended Books. The Double

DNA is the genetic material.. Introductions to genetics
  • Genetics Trailblazers : Discusses the basics of genetics and human genetics diseases, at a middle-to-high school level.
  • The Natural History of Genes : Activites and information about genetics for K-12 students. Mendelian Genetics
  • MendelWeb : Discusses topics in classical genetics and plant science, based on the studies carried out by the German monk, Gregor Mendel in the late 1800s.
  • Meiosis and Mendelian Genetics : Uses animations to explain basic concepts in genetics. Molecular Genetics
  • A Primer on Molecular Genetics
  • DNA Learning Center : Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories. Information on molecular genetics and recombinant DNA technology. Human Genetics
  • The Human Genome Project : Learn about the efforts to sequence all three billion bases of the human genome.
  • A second resource for the Human Genome project at Oak Ridge National Labs.
  • Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man Searchable database to locate information about known inheritable characteristics in humans.
    Careers in Genetics
    Careers in the Genetics Field : Genetics Society of America.
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