Plant scientist Elizabeth Haswell, professor of biology and Howard Hughes Medical Institute–Simons Faculty Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis, is leaving at the end of the fall term for something outside academe—she’s not sure what yet.
She’d been thinking about making a change for a “really long time,” she said, though in retrospect, “a lot of it was subconscious.”
“When you get tenure, it’s kind of like Stockholm syndrome,” Haswell mused. “You have worked so...
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