Academia needs to collaborate better with different stakeholders to offer innovative solutions for our society. So says Hong Ching Goh in the article titled "Academic culture must evolve to remain societal-relevant". Check it out at our SARC page.
We need to get back on track achieving the SDGs. Therefore we must take action now! ✊ Check out Andre's Xuereb's article titled "Sustainability Done Good" at our SARC page.
Nowadays there is a deep need for exchange between scientists and policy makers. Not a simple task. Nova Ahmed offers solutions in this article titled "Building the Foundations for Scientific Advice in the International Context" at our SARC page.
Episode 5 of “Voices of Young Scientists” features an interview with GYA Co-Chair Roula Inglesi-Lotz (University of Pretoria, South Africa) discussing social media usage and how we can set a better example for our students and mentees by sharing our struggles in academia – and especially how we can overcome them.
Key takeaways from our latest Quarterly Bulletin:• Through our At-Risk Scholars Initiative, Rainbow Working Group and various collaborations, we work to promote scientific freedom and responsibility• “Right to Science” publication explores the potential for young scientist organisations to play a central role in implementing the right to science• Save the date for the 2024 Annual General Meeting and International Conference ofYoung Scientists, 7-10 May 2024Read the entire QB here:globalyoungacademy.net/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/GYA-Quarterly-Bulletin-III-2023.pdf... See MoreSee Less
The Scientific Excellence Working Group takes a broad approach towards scientific excellence as excellence in all aspects of the scientific endeavor. “Scientific excellence” in this sense not only includes excellence in scientific research, but also excellence …