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Bard CEP to Host Webinar on Public Health Impacts of the Clean Power Plan

Kathy Fallon Lambert from Harvard Forest presents Public Health Impacts of the Clean Power Plan on the Bard CEP National Climate Webinar
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ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y., February 23rd, 2016/3BL Media/ On February 24th, the Bard Center for Environmental Policy hosts the National Climate Webinar featuring Kathy Fallon Lambert, Science & Policy Integration Director of Harvard Forest at Harvard University. Kathy will join us to discuss public health impacts of the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

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PROGRAM DATES
June 6 - August 12, 2016

APPLICATION DEADLINE
February 1, 2016

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Meet the Amgen Scholars of 2015

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When most undergrads think back on ‘summer vacations’, they may associate them with sleeping in late, heading to the beach and spending free time watching Netflix.

Meet Amgen Scholar Alumni Angela Madira

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“It’s amazing to be in a program where everyone is passionate about science and research, but they are all so unique in their interests and research focuses.”

Host University: Harvard University
Home University: California State University, Los Angeles
Amgen Scholar Year: 2015
Major: Biochemistry
Expected Graduation: 2017
 
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Meet Amgen Scholar Alumni Jenny Lai

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“This has helped me confirm my decision to strive for an M.D. – Ph.D. as I have seen the way in which research and medicine coincide and reinforce each other.”

Host University: The University of Tokyo
Home University: Harvard University
Amgen Scholar Year: 2015
Major: Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
Expected Graduation: 2017

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Meet Amgen Biotech Experience Teacher Dr. Howard Goldsweig

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Dr. Howard Goldsweig | Dorchester, MA 

  • ABE Participating School: Codman Academy Charter School
  • Subject and Grade Taught: iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition) Coach
  • Years Teaching: 2
  • Years Participating in ABE: 2
"ABE provides a great, understandable, teacher introduction to biotech using the latest techniques."

Unique Journey to Teaching & ABE

Apply to Become a 2015 Amgen Scholar

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Every year, the Amgen Scholars Program provides hundreds of selected undergraduates with the opportunity to engage in a hands-on research experience at many of the world’s premier educational institutions. The 17 host institutions are now accepting applications for the 2015 Amgen Scholars Program:

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What Moneyball Has To Teach Boards Of Directors

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A group of about ten older men sitting around a meeting table were droning on uninspiringly, making their recommendations to the general manager of a baseball team. That scene of the Oakland Athletics scouts in Moneyball reminded me of too many meetings of boards of directors. Most familiar of all was the group’s reliance on the same tired old perspectives, none of which had proven successful in helping to build a championship baseball team.

Rev. Peter J. Gomes: A Message for Millennials About a Good Life Well Lived

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"In this generation the search for goodness, both institutional and personal, has reappeared as a defining characteristic in young people's renewed search for the good life." Rev. Peter J. Gomes was referring to the Millennial Generation in his book The Good Life (2002).

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