The Youngest Person in Concord
The Youngest Person in Concord

Humanities Magazine,
National Endowment for the Humanities

An imagined portrait of Mary Moody Emerson in full intellectual ferment. She was a thinker, a writer, and an inspiration to all who knew her.

Joyous Greetings from Cottage Country
Joyous Greetings from Cottage Country

West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation
2016 Holiday Greeting to Donors.

 

Policy on Children
Policy on Children

International Criminal Court
The Office of the Prosecutor’s Policy on Children

Dragon Dreams
Dragon Dreams

Cricket Magazine
Illustrations for a poem by Laura Purdie Salas

Flesh-made mountain: dragon sleeps,
tending dreams of fire and death.
Steaming vapor streams and creeps—
misty wreath of dragon breath.

Hemlock ribs cage granite heart:
beat by beat, bright valley quakes.
He’ll wage a war to break apart
creation.

Hush! The dragon wakes!

 

Maximizing the Minimum Wage
Maximizing the Minimum Wage

Green Profit, Ball Publishing
7th Annual Green Profit Wage & Benefits Survey highlights those working at the bottom of the pay scale

Mechanotherapeutics: From Drugs to Wearables
Mechanotherapeutics: From Drugs to Wearables

Wyss Institute forBiologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University
Advances in the field of Mechanobiology that have resulted in the development of new types of pharmaceuticals, drug delivery systems, engineered tissues, and wearable therapeutic devices that leverage physical forces or target mechanical signaling pathways as a core part of their mechanism of action

Heart Matters
Heart Matters

Momentum Magazine, Vanderbilt - Ingram Cancer Center
Keeping cancer drugs from causing cardiac damage

Elevating the Student Experience
Elevating the Student Experience

Denver Law,
The Magazine of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Building on the success and momentum of the 2009 Strategic Plan, Denver Law has drafted a new road map with even bigger goals that will keep the law school at the forefront of legal education

Spinning Success
Spinning Success

University of Dayton Magazine
Short story written by recent graduate Anna Adami 

The Youngest Person in Concord
Joyous Greetings from Cottage Country
Policy on Children
Dragon Dreams
Maximizing the Minimum Wage
Mechanotherapeutics: From Drugs to Wearables
Heart Matters
Elevating the Student Experience
Spinning Success
The Youngest Person in Concord

Humanities Magazine,
National Endowment for the Humanities

An imagined portrait of Mary Moody Emerson in full intellectual ferment. She was a thinker, a writer, and an inspiration to all who knew her.

Joyous Greetings from Cottage Country

West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation
2016 Holiday Greeting to Donors.

 

Policy on Children

International Criminal Court
The Office of the Prosecutor’s Policy on Children

Dragon Dreams

Cricket Magazine
Illustrations for a poem by Laura Purdie Salas

Flesh-made mountain: dragon sleeps,
tending dreams of fire and death.
Steaming vapor streams and creeps—
misty wreath of dragon breath.

Hemlock ribs cage granite heart:
beat by beat, bright valley quakes.
He’ll wage a war to break apart
creation.

Hush! The dragon wakes!

 

Maximizing the Minimum Wage

Green Profit, Ball Publishing
7th Annual Green Profit Wage & Benefits Survey highlights those working at the bottom of the pay scale

Mechanotherapeutics: From Drugs to Wearables

Wyss Institute forBiologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University
Advances in the field of Mechanobiology that have resulted in the development of new types of pharmaceuticals, drug delivery systems, engineered tissues, and wearable therapeutic devices that leverage physical forces or target mechanical signaling pathways as a core part of their mechanism of action

Heart Matters

Momentum Magazine, Vanderbilt - Ingram Cancer Center
Keeping cancer drugs from causing cardiac damage

Elevating the Student Experience

Denver Law,
The Magazine of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Building on the success and momentum of the 2009 Strategic Plan, Denver Law has drafted a new road map with even bigger goals that will keep the law school at the forefront of legal education

Spinning Success

University of Dayton Magazine
Short story written by recent graduate Anna Adami 

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