How a D.C.-Based Nonprofit Supports Scientific Learning for Kids of All Ages.

By Elizabeth Brownfield

Science matters. No one knows that better than Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Working from Washington, D.C., Hamburg spearheads the nonprofit’s many missions, from donating books to young readers to fighting for the inclusion of scientific evidence in policy decisions. In some ways, she’s continuing a family legacy. Her mother, Dr.

Hopeworks in Camden Helps Young People Heal

The organization provides real-world training for individuals who survived childhood trauma.

Nearly two-thirds of adults experienced one major stressor during childhood. Camden children experience an average of five. It’s a statistic that Hopeworks, a Camden youth-development organization, knows well.

Subaru Encourage Reading, Reaches Forester SUV Milestone

by Tanya Gazdik

Subaru of America is partnering with the American Association for the Advancement of Science for the Subaru Loves Learning initiative. 

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Subaru Grants a Wish to Ryan

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Together through a partnership with Make-A-Wish Colorado and 

Subaru Retailers Get Some Love in Latest Commercial

By Jack Walsworth

In its latest TV commercial, Subaru is shifting the love theme from its products to the philanthropic efforts of its retailers.

Named "We Call It Our Love Promise," the 30-second clip shows various scenes of Subaru retailers working in their communities, whether fundraising or volunteering for causes. Subaru of America CEO Tom Doll is also shown at a Camden school event, where the automaker donated books to children.

Subaru Car Care Center at Discovery Children’s Museum


Subaru of Las Vegas executives and the Discovery Children’s Museum officially unveil the Subaru Las Vegas Car Center, an Eco City exhibit at the museum, in Symphony Park Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019.

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August is #SubaruLovesLearning Month

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This August, Subaru, our retailers, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) are teaming up for the Subaru Loves Learning initiative. Through this initiative, Subaru and our retailers are supporting the AAAS by donating over 75,000 award-winning science books and supplies to schools across the country. You can show your support too! Watch to learn more.

Subaru Fosters Education Through Annual “Subaru Loves Learning” Initiative

Automaker Continues Partnership with American Association for the Advancement of Science to Bring Award-Winning Books to Students Nationwide
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CAMDeN, NJ, August 1, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced that for the fifth consecutive year, the automaker will partner with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to broaden students’ worlds with the study of science, engineering and innovation through the Subaru Loves Learning initiative.

Dogs in Cars: The Trouble with Big Dogs [Part 2]

by Jill Ciminillo, Automotive Editor

If you don’t care about your pooch, self-preservation should be enough to restrain your pet properly, right?

However, after talking with a friend who has two very large Old English Sheep Dogs that weigh more than 120 pounds each, the resolution isn’t as simple as “put them in a crate or harness.”

According to Lindsey Wolko, founder of the Center for Pet Safety, more research and testing needs to be done for larger dogs.

Dogs in Cars: Why Your Dog Should be Restrained [Part 1]

by Jill Ciminillo, Automotive Editor

Cute or not cute, physics is physics, and a 60-pound dog can quickly become a projectile hurling through space with 2,700 pounds of force.

Which means it could easily be ejected from the vehicle.

As Wolko pointed out, most dogs that get thrown from a vehicle are killed – either from the impact or from an on-coming vehicle.

So, just as you would put your infant in a car seat, you should restrain your dog as well.


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