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  • Natalie W. Crawford

    Issue 84 of the Alumni Bulletin: October 2020

    In the latest issue of the Alumni Bulletin: advancing racial equity policy; support the Alumni Impact Fund; five research projects receive Brown Faculty Chair funding; virtual summer reunion; and more.

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    Support the AIF

    Help us reach our goal of raising $125,000 for the Alumni Impact Fund by December 31. Your gifts will help support the work of fellow RAND alumni and extend the reach of RAND research.

Alumni Association News

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    Advancing Racial Equity Policy

    Oct 14, 2020

    Against the backdrop of a pandemic inflicting disproportionate physical and economic pain on communities of color, and an overdue reckoning with America's long history of systemic inequity and structural racism, we have launched the RAND Center to Advance Racial Equity Policy.

  • Five Research Projects Receive Brown Faculty Chair Funding

    Oct 14, 2020

    The late Harold Brown, former U.S. Secretary of Defense and a RAND trustee, and his wife, Colene, made a generous gift in 2015 to fund Harold and Colene Brown Faculty Chairs. The gift enables RAND researchers to serve in residence at the Pardee RAND Graduate School.

  • Cara McCormick, manager of the RAND Archives, presents a virtual trip through RAND's history

    Virtual Summer Reunion

    Oct 14, 2020

    The sixth annual RAA summer reunion was the first of its kind—a remote reunion. Instead of gathering for barbeque at RAND's Santa Monica headquarters campus, online reunion content was created, including a virtual trip through RAND's history with RAND archivist Cara McCormick.

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