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- American Geophysical Union 3
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- Chase college of law 2
- Cincinnati bell information systems 2
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We talked about Kadeene’s goals and where he came from. We talked about what inspires him and why he has such large goals.
Upon gaining its political independence from the British in 1966, Guyana was left racially divided. During the 1960s a range of riots and violence erupted between the Afro-Guyanese and Indo-Guyanese that led to widespread destruction and death.
Jonathan Bamber has always loved to climb mountains. It’s why, when he wrote an essay about ice crystal formation in clouds as an 18-year-old undergrad, he found his calling studying glaciers and the natural environment. He’s traveled the world as...
Ismail Elfath is a FIFA certified professional soccer referee. A native of Casablanca Morocco, he grew up around sports and had aspirations to be involved in the industry. He never thought he would have a career in officiating, but after...
After one spends 50 years with the same organization, what’s next? That’s the question Dave Mao is attempting to answer after a highly-decorated career at the Carnegie Institution for Science. Born in Shangai and raised in Taiwan, Mao came to...
Sonia Esperanca, Program Director for the National Science Foundation, supports earth-science research in the academic community. She shares her journey from Rio de Janeiro to the United States, Israel, Australia, and elsewhere. Having an understanding of landscapes across the world...