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  • Rockefeller Alumni Conference: May 10&11, 2019

    Early bird registration is now open for the Rockefeller Alumni Conference! This conference is for you. Bask in two days of reconnecting with classmates, refining professional skills, networking with peers, and having fun!

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  • Notes From the Field: Nikhita Hingorani '21

    Change doesn’t have to happen solely in the halls of the Capitol—it can happen anywhere, from back home in Montgomery to college at Dartmouth. This internship has had a profound effect on my future plans.

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  • Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors

    Over the course of six weekly sessions, students meet in small groups and have the opportunity to bond with peers from across campus and connect with their upper-class facilitators through reflective and interactive activities.

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  • NOTES FROM THE FIELD: CINDY ZHU '20

    As part of the Market Abuse Unit, I performed data analysis with Python to assist with cases brought to the SEC, built a convolutional neural network to detect spoofing and layering (a form of illegal stock market manipulation), created an updateable price database of the S&P 500, and learned

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  • Class of 2021 First-Year Fellow: Justin Kramer

    My fellowship primarily centered around the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act of 2014, which enabled states to establish tax-advantaged savings accounts for people with disabilities similar to 529 College Savings Accounts.

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  • Notes From the Field: John Kilcommons '19

    I really enjoyed working for a public policy organization which illustrated the importance our fellow citizens play in administering justice. The jury system is part of the fabric of this country and what makes it so great.

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  • Class of 2021 First-Year Fellow: Jolie Kemp

    My favorite part of the fellowship experience was having the chance to attend several congressional hearings over the course of the summer on a wide range of issues, from rising healthcare costs, to the US-China trade war, and even the state of American diplomacy according to Secretary of State P

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  • Notes From the Field: Solomon Bang '19

    The Ajou Institute of Unification (AIU) is a think-tank based in Suwon, South Korea studying policies regarding North Korean development cooperation, Korean bilateral trade, and Korean reunification.

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