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Opinion

Essays

Women, Peace, & Security in Professional Military Education \ Mary Ann Blackmur & Joan Johnson-Freese

The first US National Action Plan (NAP) on Women, Peace & Security (WPS) was issued in 2011 as a call to action “to accelerate, institutionalize, and better coordinate efforts to ...
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A father and son’s story in science storytelling: Virol Vlog \ Engy Fouda

Edited by Kelda Fontenot HOPEWELL JUNCTION, N.Y. -- The father gets ready to shoot a new video in the house basement with a green background behind him. Virol Vlog new ...
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Once More for the Cheap Seats \ Kate Flanigan Canute

The sky was darkening from the typical orange-pink of a south Florida sunset into a dull blue-gray as my car pulled up to the sidewalk – a prematurely hot late ...
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A Girl in the Boys’ Clubhouse \ Kate Flanigan Canute

Women are drastically underrepresented in STEM fields, technology being one of the biggest offenders. According to a 2015 report by the National Science Foundation, even though the number of general ...
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Our Stories

Leadership lessons from my family business \ Aalok Rathod

Edited by Daniel Katzenberger It was an exciting winter morning, ...
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Princess’ HES Journey \ La’Toya Princess Jackson

https://youtu.be/qWZ0L7Wx3B8 Suggest a correction ...
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Digital Nomads: A New Kind of Community \ Donatella Felice

The modern nomadic life is full of joys and frustrations ...
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How I built a truly diverse and global team \ Aalok Rathod

My process of building a diverse team began in the ...
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The road not taken \ Lee Silverman

Then took the other, as just as fair, And having ...
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My Father \ Richi BaiDwan

I reached out to learn more about the kind of ...
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The Olympic Curse – Rio’s Sprint to the bottom \ C.H. Gardiner

 Edited by Mary Ann Blackmur Maracanã, Brazil's home of football. Was part of a massive government graft scandal that's responsible ...
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Leadership lessons from my family business \ Aalok Rathod

Edited by Daniel Katzenberger It was an exciting winter morning, which would mark my first day of work at my ...
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The “can’ts” of the world \ Lee Silverman

“I can’t make it,” I accompanied my lie with a fake smile, relieved at yet another wedding I would miss ...
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Digital Nomads: A New Kind of Community \ Donatella Felice

The modern nomadic life is full of joys and frustrations. One year ago my partner and I decided to move ...
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The stage is all yours – Message from the Editor

During the past few years, it seems that we encounter the word “diversity” with every step we take; it lurks ...
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