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  • Lewis M. Feldstein Named Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor

    The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences has announced Lewis M. Feldstein, former CEO and President of New Hampshire’s largest foundation, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, as the Perkins Bass Distinguished Visitor for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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  • Lessons for Future Advocacy

    Rockefeller Mini-Grant Recipient Makisa Bronson '20 reflects on how attending the U.N. Winter Youth Assembly "served as a catalyst in inspiring me to think more critically about my role in achieving the UN’s 2030 Agenda."

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  • Faculty Research Grants in Action: Chris Sneddon

    Professor Sneddon and his colleagues, with the Rockefeller Center’s support, investigated rationale behind the removal of old and decrepit dams in New England. “The Rockefeller Center’s Faculty Research Grant served as seed money that led to our successful proposal,” said Sneddon.

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  • Keeping Faith with the Constitution

    Prior to her public lecture, Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan discussed her scholarly interests around constitutional litigation, voting rights, and antidiscrimination law with student staff writer, Nikita Bakhru ’17 .

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  • How Leaders Add Value to Organizations

    Harry Sheehy, the Director of Athletics and Recreation at Dartmouth, led a Rockefeller Leadership Fellows session that focused on adding value to organizations, formal versus informal leadership structures, the role of self-awareness, and the concept of “managing up.” 

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  • A New Perspective on Finance Careers

    Jonathan Lu '19, Rockefeller Mini-Grant Recipient, reflects on his "enriching and insightful" experience at the 2017 Venture Capital and Private Equity Conference at Harvard Business School. 

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  • A Female Dominated Space in Mathematics

    Rockefeller Mini-Grant recipient Yixuan He '18 left the Nebraska Conference for Undergraduate Women in Mathematics this term with "role models and insider knowledge in the field of mathematics."

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