Professor David Schanzer joined Major General Ronald P. Clark, Chief of Staff for U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, to discuss his experiences and opportunities throughout a decades-long Army career and his perspective on the Army’s efforts towards racial equality. Watch the event here.
By Kamran Kara-Pabani. July 10, 2020. The Black Lives Matter movement has been reignited in the American consciousness after the brutal killings of George Floyd and other African Americans have been exposed to the public. Much of this movement focuses around the fundamentally flawed model of policing in the United States and the propensity […]
Mac’s Internship National Weather Service/NOAA | D.C. Week 9: July 31, 2020 This week, I was excitedly able to continue finishing my final project write up for our NOAA/NWS presentations next week. Currently, my work investigating the intersection between satellite imagery and the forecasting and operational decisions surrounding the 2019 Kincade Fire is going […]
Reiss Becker Independent Writing and Research Week 9: July 22nd, 2020–”Shoring up the Defense Industrial Base” This week on Pandemic Prognostics I wrote a follow up to last week’s post and outlined some ways that the U.S. can address the deteriorating state of its defense industrial base. I wrote this piece in order to […]