The New + the Next

She's Getting Cheerleaders Into STEM Careers

Darlene Cavalier is getting more citizens into science, at a time when it's more important than ever.
News + Politics

The Limits of the Black Tech Boom

A heightened interest still isn't translating into jobs in tech.
News + Politics

The Next Generation of STEM Leaders Hails From … Nebraska?

Though students’ interest in STEM is growing nationwide, the Midwest — specifically Nebraska — is leading the charge.
News + Politics

This Coder Wants You to Ignore the Techie Stereotypes

Forget what you’ve heard: Software engineers are actually a social species who fight for good.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
True Stories

Discovering Engineering Saved My Life

A new field of study helped Selena Torres overcome her battle with depression.
Around the World

Female Coders Make Their Mark in Nigeria

In a country where coding has long been male-dominated, a grassroots movement is propelling women into the field.
The New + the Next

Doctors Swear to 'Do No Harm.' Why Don’t Data Scientists?

Data science is a valuable field, but one that carries great risk.
News + Politics

Higher Education Needs a Rethink to Train Tomorrow's Workforce

Technology and forward thinking are turning degree learning on its head to help ensure career success.
News + Politics

OZY Poll: I Side With the 9 Percent Backing Liberal Arts. Here's Why

Math, engineering and computing skills can get you only so far.
The New + the Next

Life After Football — The Surprising New Second Careers of Former Players

The trend is picking up as big names like Myron Rolle and Arian Foster make the nerdy decision.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
Around the World

The 28-Year-Old Physicist Looking to Revamp India’s Education System

After a breakthrough discovery that proved Einstein was right, Karan Jani wants to revolutionize how science is taught in India.
True Stories

Classroom Nightmares: This Teacher Tells All

“Jesse Houser’s mom came to see me before his trial for first-degree murder.

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