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Amie Alexander Awarded the 2017-2018 B.A. Rudolph Scholarship

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Today Amie Alexander was awarded the $12,000 B.A. Rudolph Scholarship for the 2017-2018 school year at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. Alexander is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a bachelor of science degree in agriculture, food and life sciences. In addition to working on her master of public service at the Clinton School,…

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Women & Medical Research

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by Racquel Sohasky Medicine requires the cumulative efforts of innumerable people, extending far beyond doctors’ offices and operating rooms. It happens in laboratories, in the hands of nurses, through the work of research assistants, and with the combined efforts of countless others. The collaborative efforts and divided responsibilities are what allow medicine to progress: people from many specialties and educational…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Molly Stoneman

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Molly Stoneman was a Undergraduate Public Service Scholar in 2014 when she interned for the United States Access Board, the main disability policy office under the Department of Justice. Where are you from? Phoenix, Arizona Where did you go to school? What did you study? I graduated from Princeton University in June 2016, where I studied in the Woodrow Wilson School of…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Katie Tsai

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Katie Tsai was a STEM Scholar in 2015 when she interned for Haverford College’s Charkoudian lab (biochemical research in natural product synthesis). Where are you from? Merion Station, Pennsylvania Where did you go to school? What did you study? I attended Haverford College, where I majored in chemistry with education minor and biochemistry concentration. What was the best part of your internship? My…

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Women & Friendship, Part 2

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by Pamela Myer Sackett This post was originally a comment on our February 2016 blog post, another tribute to B. A. on her birthday. We felt it was so wonderful that it should be its own blog this year.  B. A. Rudolph cared whole heartedly about each one of her diverse group of friends. I am certain that many of…

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The B.A. Rudolph Foundation Receives Donation from Proceeds of Pat Benatar and Linda Perry’s “Shine”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Maggie Moore Email: maggie@barudolphfoundation.org Phone: (301) 602-3861   THE B.A. RUDOLPH FOUNDATION RECEIVES DONATION FROM PROCEEDS OF PAT BENATAR AND LINDA PERRY’S “SHINE” (Washington, D.C.) — The B.A. Rudolph Foundation announced on Friday, January 20, 2017 that they will be the beneficiaries of all proceeds from the sale of the song “Shine” by Pat Benatar and…

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Women & Hope

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by Maggie Moore, Meredith Moore, & Rebecca Davis We, B.A.’s girls, spent most of 2016 thinking that our next president would be a woman. Failing that, we at minimum hoped for the election of someone who supported women’s rights and dignity. We even planned our 2016 Pathways to Public Service event around it: we asked Amy Walter, a highly respected…

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Catching Up with Past Scholars: Marie Vastola

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Marie Vastola was a STEM scholar in 2015, when she did molecular biology research in the laboratory of Dr. Irv Weissman at the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine at Stanford University. Where are you from? Northern California. I grew up in the Bay Area and then moved to Pacific Grove. Where did you go to school? What did you study?…

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