The Revolutionary Award recognizes student leaders or organizations that have demonstrated creativity, originality, ingenuity, and/or resourcefulness in addressing local and global issues.
With a passion for improving community health outcomes, Lara Fougnies believes that public health strategies are the most effective way to confront the root of health issues in the country. Graduating with honors with a major in Public Health from the Bloustein...
New Research Brief by Jim Samuel: The Critical Need for Transparency and Regulation Amidst the Rise of Powerful AI Models
Given AI’s vast socioeconomic implications, government actors and technology creators must proactively address the unique and emerging ethical concerns that are inherent to AI’s many uses
New modes of transportation have the potential to provide better access for all, including people with limitations due to age, physical fitness levels, or disabilities. The secret ingredient is to provide a safe street space that is welcoming to all users.