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An urgent treatise on rising sea levels predicts a wild and watery future

Jeff Goodell's book, the Water Will Come, was reviewed in Science Magazine, where it was called "engaging" and "accessible."


BRETTON WOODS II
CalPERS, CPPIB Named Among World's Most Responsible Asset Allocators

Bretton Woods II and Tomicah Tillemann were both featured in an article by the Institutional Investor.


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A Classic Second-Chance Story

The Connecticut Law Tribune wrote an editorial supporting Reginald Dwayne Betts' admission to the Connecticut Bar.


PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
The Faces of Americans Who Died From Opioid Overdoses

Jeremiah Lindemann was featured in a Vice article.


FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Al Qaeda Spinoffs Rise from Syrian Ashes

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in Cipher Brief on Al Qaeda in Syria:


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"The Palestinians want change"

Zaha Hassan was interviewed by Austrian publication Die Zeit on the prospects for Fatah-Hamas reconciliation.


NEW AMERICA
Nikole Hannah-Jones Awarded 2017 MacArthur 'Genius' Grant

Nikole Hannah-Jones—a 2017 National Fellow—is among the winners. This is the second year in a row that a New America Fellow has been chosen.


BETTER LIFE LAB
Professors Are the New Therapists

Lindsay Bernhagen writes on the Better Life Lab Blog on Slate about adjunct professors acting as therapists


FELLOWS and INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Donald Trump’s Voter Fraud Commission Just Suffered a Court Defeat

Joshua Geltzer was quoted in the Daily Beast regarding cybersecurity and the Pence-Kobach Commission:


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ACLU cites ‘barrage of bullying’ for Maine minority students

Emma Findlen LeBlanc spoke to the Portland Press Herald following a report she published about racial discrimination in Maine schools.


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Report finds 'widespread' harassment of immigrant students

Emma Findlen LeBlanc spoke to the Lewiston Sun Journal following a report she published about racial discrimination in Maine schools for the


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State Bar Committee Approves Jail-To-Yale Lawyer

Reginal Dwayne Betts, was interviewed by the Connecticut Law Tribune after the state bar's temporary pause in the review of his application.