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How to Conduct an Informational Interview

Informational interviews are an excellent way to collect information on a subject from someone with experience in the field. They can be used for a wide variety of purposes, from gathering information for an article or a blog to expanding…

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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Our diets have major impacts on our health. As a whole, Americans eat significantly less than the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables daily and more than the recommended amount of meat. However, making healthy choices doesn't have to involve major lifestyle…

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How to Write an Effective Survey

Surveys are a low budget, easy to administer option for collecting feedback. A good survey is simple to fill out; therefore, writing them effectively takes thought. See below and download our guide to discover methods and considerations to make surveys…

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How to Read Scientific Papers

Guest Author: Christine Doronio Academic journals can feel overwhelming with jargon filled titles and experimental methods the public has never heard of. However, with more of the world looking at science and data for answers, it is important to know…

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Breaking the Cycle of Health Disparities

The environment that we live in affects our health and well-being. For those that live in poverty, an unhealthy environment can contribute to being trapped in a cycle of poverty. For example: bad air quality is correlated with increased sickness;…

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ST&T: Hummingbird Song

Fernanda Gisselle Duque Mendoza studies how hummingbirds have adapted to communicate in challenging environments and discovered that some species of hummingbirds produce unusually high-pitched songs. She continues to study these sounds to learn why only some hummingbirds make these sounds,…

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AST: Bendable Concrete

Qingxu “Bill” Jin, Ph.D., LEED GA, E.I.T.Georgia Institute of Technology With increasing worldwide urbanization, the urban population has increased from 700 million in 1950 to 4.2 billion in 2018. The urban population comprises 55% of the current world’s population and…

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