Jan 5, 2017
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The cover story describes ways that RAND researchers have been on the ground in Uganda having a measurable impact on the lives of men and women struggling with HIV and depression. The Voices column features engineer Elizabeth Bodine-Baron, who examines ISIS support and opposition networks on Twitter. The Giving column spotlights David I. J. Wang, whose support of the Pardee RAND Graduate School is driven by his commitment to offering minorities and other underrepresented groups a foothold on opportunity. The issue also features a tribute to the late economist Charles Wolf Jr., a towering figure in RAND's history.