Monthly Archives: November 2011

Turning around Mexican students’ graduation rates in urban schools

Click here for Lonnie Palmer’s bio. Video produced by Sheila Carmody.

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Why I’m thankful for nanotechnology. A blog post by Sheila Carmody, brought to you by bad TV

Why is it every time I hear or read about nanotechnology my mind drifts back to a TV show I barely watched? It’s 1979, I’m desperate to graduate from high school. On television, Robin Williams is trying to breathe life … Continue reading

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Think hiring a PR person who knows reporters will solve visibility problem? Think Again

The entertainment editor where I worked moved to another state and took a public relations position with a charity that helps children — and adults — who have facial deformities such as cleft lips and palates by connecting them with … Continue reading

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New York Transit Museum

The New York Transit Museum is in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood and is a unique museum experience. It revolves around one New York City institution — the subway. Take the steps down to a station where history comes alive through … Continue reading

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