Zika, HIV/AIDS, Ebola—when infectious diseases approach epidemic status, panic also spreads. And while Jackie Miller understands people’s heightened concerns about global contagion, she says that the panic ultimately does more harm than good.
EDC international development specialist Gustavo Payan has been selected for the Edward S. Mason Program, the flagship international program of Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
The new report Next Generation STEM Learning For All: Envisioning Advances Based on NSF Supported Research highlights the ways in which STEM offers traditionally underrepresented groups increased opportunities for individual success, calling access to STEM education an issue of social justice.
On May 10, EDC hosted "Youth Livelihood Programs in Conflict-Affected Areas: Lessons Learned from Kenya and Mali” to share lessons learned from the Garissa Youth and Yes Youth Can! North East Region projects in Kenya and the Mali Out-of-School Youth project (also known as Paje Nièta).