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  • Rocky and Me: Joby Bernstein '17 Senior Reflection

    Rocky has taught me that leadership requires action and taking responsibility. My experiences in the Policy Research Shop and as a First-Year Fellow taught me that to be a leader, I would have to be the one always willing to work the hardest.

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  • Hassan Hassen ’18 Named Pickering Fellow

    Hassen credits the Rockefeller Center’s Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behavior Program and the Management and Leadership Development Program for helping him develop the leadership skills that the Pickering fellowship program was seeking.

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  • Interview with Professor Anna Kirkland, University of Michigan

    Professor Anna Kirkland, the Associate Director of the Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG) at the University of Michigan explores how activists and government actors come to know, identify, and compensate for vaccine injuries, and what recent debates over vaccine safety reveal about

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  • Policy Research Shop Testimony: May 9th, 2017

    On May 9, 2017, Class of 1964 Policy Research Shop students, Wafaa Ahmed ’17 and Joby Bernstein ’17, testified before the Board of Directors of Vital Communities, an Upper Valley nonprofit organization that focuses on economic development, energy, the environment, and social capital building. 

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  • Notes from the Field: Daniel Shlien '18

    "One of the best parts about working in the Economic Policy office is its size –there are no research assistants and each economist is usually the only expert in their field in the office," says Daniel Shlien '18.

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  • Jimmy Fair '18 on Management and Leadership

    “Whether students hope to “go corporate” or crush their next grad school interview," says Jimmy, "MLDP hones sought-after skills rarely developed in the traditional classroom environment that complement anyone’s efforts to prepare for their next step.”

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  • Self-Expression Through Capoeira

    Victoria Meyer ’20, Rockefeller Global Leadership Program Participant, remarks that she "anticipates being more appreciative of the historical context to which cultural phenomena are developed" after participating in a session on Capoeira, a Brazilian martial arts.

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  • Rocky and Me: Mary Sieredzinski '17 Senior Reflection

    My Rocky experiences are all intertwined, they truly have built upon one another, and I know for a fact I would not be the same person without them. Next year I will be teaching special education in New York City as a part of the Teach For America program.

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