Diane Kaplan, President & CEO of the Rasmuson Foundation, explains the significant role of one of the largest family foundations in the Pacific Northwest in gauging and providing resources for Alaska’s residents through community initiatives, major fiscal projects, and a series of ongoing social movements to improve state residents’ overall quality of life. This interview was produced in collaboration with Alaska Public Media.
Irving McPhail President & CEO at the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering discusses NACME scholars and how they reflect the value of hard work and persistence. This interview was filmed in March 2015
Dr. Ricardo F. Muñoz, Founder of the Institute for International Internet Interventions for Health (i4Health) talks about the i4Health Institute, the development of automated interventions and how to train psychologists in the 21st Century.
In episode 1 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media we interviewed the leaders of two of Alaska’s top nonprofits – Diane Kaplan, President and CEO of the Rasmuson Foundation, and Kirk Rose, Executive Director of Anchorage Community Land Trust. Both organizations are dedicated to improving the landscapes and communities within, as well as the varying lifestyles of the diverse residents of, the state of Alaska.
An art session at the Holy Trinity academy in Barnsley, South Yorkshire is designed to lead young students through the process of drawing the human body, with the ultimate goal of inspiring them to pursue careers in medicine.
The statistically stunted participation of females in the realm of international math competitions inspired the European Girls’ Math Olympiad – an international competition between 39 teams in 39 countries.