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Assistant Managing Editor, Special Reports — U.S. News & World Report
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AME for special reports at U.S. News & World Report in Washington. Fan of innovative data display, journalism ethics, running and Syracuse. Tweets are mine.

Q&A: Recalling Chernobyl, 3 Decades Later

Q&A: Recalling Chernobyl, 3 Decades Later
usnews.com — Victoria Bondar remembers where she was on April 26, 1986. Living in Kiev, Ukraine, she was about 60 miles away from the city of Pripyat, home of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, when one of the reactors exploded. In the days following the explosion, local residents knew very little about what happened at the plant.

Photos: Important Items of Black History in America

Photos: Important Items of Black History in America
usnews.com — These items in the collection at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington offer poignant portraits of the black experience in the U.S. The museum is slated to open in September.

Direct Democracy May Be Key to a Happier American Democracy

Direct Democracy May Be Key to a Happier American Democracy
usnews.com — A woman fills out her ballot during state and local primary elections in Alexandria, Va. in 2015. Is American democracy still "by the people, for the people?" According to recent research, it may not be. Martin Gilens at Princeton University confirms that the wishes of the American working and middle class play essentially no role in our nation's policy making.

A Recap of the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow Forum

A Recap of the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow Forum
usnews.com — Brian Kelly welcomes attendees to the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference. Hospital executives and health care industry experts gathered in the nation's capital Oct. 18-20 for the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference.

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 3 Recap

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 3 Recap
health.usnews.com — Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich., speaks on a panel at the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference in the nation's capital. Hospital executives and health care industry experts gathered in the nation's capital this week to take part in the third annual U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference.

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 2 Recap

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 2 Recap
usnews.com — "Maybe the hospital of the future is a network," Jonathan Bush, CEO of athenahealth, Inc., said during the luncheon/keynote session at the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference. Hospital executives and health care industry experts gathered in the nation's capital this week to take part in the third annual U.S.

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 1 Recap

U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow 2015, Day 1 Recap
usnews.com — Brian Kelly welcomes attendees to the 2015 U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow conference. Hospital executives and health care industry experts gathered in the nation's capital this week to take part in the third annual U.S. News & World Report Hospital of Tomorrow conference.

Resources for Teachers and Students Make a Difference in STEM

Resources for Teachers and Students Make a Difference in STEM
usnews.com — Sheryl Sorby, Ph.D., of Ohio State University, discussed spatial skills and STEM fields. Emma Ling is living proof that science teachers who offer extra credit for attending workshops and science fairs are onto something.

Captain America, Procrastination and Engaging Kids in STEM

Captain America, Procrastination and Engaging Kids in STEM
usnews.com — Barbara Oakley, Ph.D., of Oakland University, details methods for improving learning skills. What are some ways that people who struggle with math can retrain their brains to find success? What do comic book superheroes have to teach us about engineering? In a session Wednesday at the 2015 U.S.

Recap: U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference, July 1

Recap: U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference, July 1
usnews.com — Brian Kelly of U.S. News & World Report chats with Francine Katsoudas of Cisco, Barbara McAllister of Intel and Auguste Goldman of GoDaddy during the final keynote panel. The fourth annual U.S. News STEM Solution Conference kicked off this week with educators, innovators, corporate and industry leaders coming together at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego to discuss STEM education in the United States.
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May 04, 2016

.@PhoWheels Why has it never occurred to me to get an egg on a banh mi?! I know what I am trying tomorrow.

Apr 26, 2016

Today marks 30 years since the nuclear accident at #Chernobyl. @usnews talked to someone who lived nearby: ow.ly/4n6vpT

Apr 21, 2016

RT @neiltyson: Only now do we know what it sounds like When Doves Cry — the absence of music from loss of The Artist. RIP Prince (1958-2016)


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