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From the RAA President

  • Natalie W. Crawford

    Issue 81 of the Alumni Bulletin: October 2019

    In the latest issue of the Alumni Bulletin: A key historical document donated to RAND Archives; navigating mental health care for veterans; solving the opioid crisis; alumni impact; and more.

Alumni Association News

  • Helen Morris

    Key Historical Document Donated to RAND Archives

    Oct 31, 2019

    An important piece of RAND history was generously donated to the RAND Archives by a foundational member of the RAND community, Helen Morris (nee Gear).

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    Alumni Impact

    Oct 31, 2019

    An alumni event in September featured a discussion with researchers Lois Davis and Priscillia Hunt, two of the current recipients of Alumni Impact Fund (AIF) support.

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