Dean Kwang-Wu Kim discusses keeping curriculum fresh by incorporating the ideas of others.
President & CEO Kathy Kramer discusses how the nation’s preeminent neurological hospital engages donor support to fund research and medical services.
Executive Director Donna Magnuson discusses the impact that Arizona has on refugees, and the contributions that refugees make to Arizona’s economy.
Director Letitia Chambers discusses the economic importance the museum serves as a tourist destination for people all over the world.
Nicola Winkel discusses a national model for bringing together employment, health and community services for veterans, servicemembers and their families.
President & Director Bill DeWalt discusses the common relationship to music that humans share.
Head of School & CEO Leah Fregulia-Roberts discusses her school’s choice to be a public charter school rather than a private independent school.
Executive Dean Rob Melnick discusses why behavior matters in a context of constantly evolving technologies aimed at solving global climate change.
Legal Director & General Counsel Cindy Cohn asks whether Americans want to have a dialogue about checks and balances of authority in a digital information age.
Head of School Muir Meredith discusses how children with dyslexia learn differently, and how it is difficult for public schools to address their needs.
Founder & CEO Jim Thompson connects character education that kids learn in youth sports to leadership skills those same youth carry into later life.
President & CEO John Gressman discusses maximizing access to health policy resources by pooling collective administrative and experiential resources of the Consortium, which enables more funding to focus on direct services.