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The Heinz Journal: Vol. 18, Issue 1 | Spring ’20

The Heinz Journal: Vol. 18, Issue 1 | Spring ’20

Included in this issue: Universal Basic Income: A Tool to Address Poverty by Kyle Marinelli, Cindy Vargas, and Rosana GuernicaDiscrimination in the U.S. Housing Market: Why Segregation Persists and a Path Forward by Bryce Fauble, Ryann McMahon, and Daniel SchnelbachNoSQL Empowers Wearable Device...

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The Heinz Journal: Vol. 17, Issue 2 | Fall ’19

The Heinz Journal: Vol. 17, Issue 2 | Fall ’19

Included in this issue: Police Brutality in Pittsburgh by Allyson FierroEducation in Rwanda: Shifting from Rebuilding to Reinvention by Sara JacksonA Transitional Justice Approach: The Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar by Dena Delaviz, Saaliha Khan, and Euguene LeventhalIMF Loans and China’s Debt...

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Social Impact Investing with Joe Blair

Social Impact Investing with Joe Blair

Season 1, Episode 47 | Eugene Leventhal Welcome to this week’s episode of Heinz Radio. Around a year ago Joe came to visit campus and we met at an event where he was speaking. At the time, Joe was working as a Vice President at Obvious Ventures, which is a venture capital firm that focuses on,...

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Social Innovation with Smita Satiani

Social Innovation with Smita Satiani

Season 1, Episode 47 | Eugene Leventhal Welcome to this week’s episode of Heinz Radio, I’m your host for the week, Eugene Leventhal. Back in April, we had Smita Satiani come to campus to give a talk at Heinz College on moonshots. Smita is the head of Innovation Policy on the F-SOC or Free Space...

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Opioids in America with Sam Quinones

Opioids in America with Sam Quinones

Season 1, Episode 46 | Eugene Leventhal Welcome to this week’s episode of Heinz Radio with host, Eugene Leventhal. Back in April, Sam Quinones came to CMU’s campus to give a talk as part of the University Lecture Series. Sam is a journalist and author of the book Dreamland: The True Tale...

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Looking for Topics

Looking for Topics

As the new school is fast approaching, we will be looking for topics to highlight in future Heinz Forum events. No topic is too taboo or crazy, but should be broad enough to allow for diverse opinions. We wrapped up last year with sessions on: Governance through Executive OrdersAI and AccountabilityThe...

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Democratic Debate Special Edition!

Democratic Debate Special Edition!

Season 1, Episode 45 | Collin Hayes With 216 days until the Iowa Caucuses and 491 days until the 2020 Election, the campaign to nominate the next Democratic Presidential candidate has already started to heat up. Twenty candidates took to the stage last week in Miami for two nights of debates, and...

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The Heinz Journal: Vol. 17, Issue 1 | Spring ’19

The Heinz Journal: Vol. 17, Issue 1 | Spring ’19

Included in this issue: “A Case Study on the Middle Class: Economic Trends for Colorado Families” by Joseph Zimmerman “The Industrial and Environmental Development of Vienna and Pittsburgh: Lessons for China’s Future” by J. Alexander Killion “Poverty is Criminalized...

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