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Forbes and JUST Capital Rank IBM No. 5 in America's Top Corporate Citizens

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"No one sector – whether government, business, academia or civil society – can tackle today’s challenges all by itself.

Meet Amgen Scholars Alumni Andrea Pérez González From Universidad Francisco de Vitoria

"Although I had no previous research experience, Dr. Hugh Robinson gave me the opportunity to do my project on electrophysiological properties of small-cell lung cancer.”
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Madrid, Spain

Host University: University of Cambridge

Home University: Universidad Francisco de Vitoria

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Biotechnology and pharmacy

Expected Graduation: 2019 and 2021 (for a joint degree)

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Giving Enterprise Tech New Life and Purpose to Support STEM Education

Computer literacy is essential to success for today’s students. Learn how this eBay seller is providing schools in need with technology and support.
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Millions of people from all around the world connect on eBay. Each time that happens, something positive happens in the world. These are the stories of everyday people on eBay making an extraordinary difference in the lives of others.

VIDEO | eBay Everyday Heroes: Closing the Technology Gap

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According to Pew Research, 44% of Americans making less than $30,000 a year do not own a desktop or laptop computer. To bridge the digital divide, eBay seller ReviveIT refurbishes computers and provides this commercial-grade technology to small businesses and schools at a lower cost than new—making technology more accessible to these organizations. ReviveIT also donates technology to programs that aide low income families.

Novartis Foundation Aims to Improve Cardiovascular Health as the Better Hearts Better Cities Initiative Gains Momentum Announcing New Partners and Confirming São Paulo as the Third City

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  • Two new partners join the multisector initiative: the CDC Foundation and the American Heart Association.
  • São Paulo, Brazil has been selected as a third city for Better Hearts Better Cities, following Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Dakar, Senegal.
  • Better Hearts Better Cities has made significant progress in mobilizing a broad network of partners and rolling out the first wave of interventions to improve cardiovascular health
Less than a year since its launch, the Novartis Foundation urban initiative, Better Hearts Better Cities, has made significant progress in mobilizing a broad network of partners and developing a framework for action to improve cardiovascular health across
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  • Two new partners join the multisector initiative: the CDC Foundation and the American Heart Association.
  • São Paulo, Brazil has been selected as a third city for Better Hearts Better Cities, following Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia and Dakar, Senegal.
  • Better Hearts Better Cities has made significant progress in mobilizing a broad network of partners and rolling out the first wave of interventions to improve cardiovascular health

Amgen Scholars Alumni David Isaac Berrios Shares the Larger Significance of His Research

"Moving forward, I am confident that obtaining a graduate education will empower me to improve the quality of life for others. My ultimate career goal is to become a scientist who inspires others to achieve their goals."
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David Isaac Berrios

Pittsburg, California

Host University: University of California, San Francisco

Home University: University of California, Davis

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Biochemistry and molecular biology

Expected Graduation: June 2018

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From Creating Rock Climbing Holds to Conducting Amgen Scholars Research, Meet Elizabeth (Lily) Hallett

"I was really interested in exploring Caltech, specifically the Lewis lab’s work on solar fuel. That particular project really drew me to apply to the Program."
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Elizabeth (Lily) Hallett

Fayetteville, Arkansas Carolina

Host University: Caltech

Home University: University of Arkansas

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Chemical Engineering

Expected Graduation: Spring 2019

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See Why Rachel Elizabeth Petherbridge, Amgen Scholars Alumni, Became Interested in Biology

"As of right now, I aim to graduate college, potentially get a master’s degree, and definitely pursue a Ph.D., most likely in biological engineering."
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Rachel Elizabeth Petherbridge

Garner, North Carolina

Host University: Harvard University

Home University: Boston University

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Expected Graduation: 2019

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Inspired by Prominent Figures in Chemistry: An Amgen Scholars Alumni Story

"I am working on the continuous flow synthesis of Tranexamic acid, a drug that works to prevent the excess loss of blood. My ultimate career goal is to pursue a government position conducting forensic science research on trace evidence, explosives."
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Corshai Williams

Host University: MIT

Home University: Virginia Union University

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Chemistry

Expected Graduation: May 2018

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Amgen Scholars Alumni Wants to Mentor Underrepresented Undergrads Interested in STEM

"Ultimately, I aspire to become a principal investigator (PI) with my own lab crewed by brilliantly blossoming scientists. As of now, I am fascinated by neuroimmunology and the role of neuroinflammation in neurodegenerative diseases."
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Cassandra Baker

Host University: Washington University in St. Louis

Home University: University of Houston

Amgen Scholar Year: 2017

Major: Psychology

Expected Graduation: December 2018 

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