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Why Mentoring Matters

DuBois Bowman featured on Conversations with Mark Becker Podcast

Georgia State University president, Mark Becker, talks with DuBois Bowman about the value and impact of mentoring in opening opportunities for minorities and women in technical fields. Bowman shares examples of how mentoring shaped his future and how he has made it an important part of his professional career. Read more

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IN THE NEWS: As the Forest Moves Back in, Pollen Is on the Rise in Detroit

New Research from Daniel Katz

Pollen allergies afflict millions of Americans each year. In the industrialized world, pollen allergy rates are on the rise, and with climate change likely driving an increase in airborne pollen loads, experts predict the situation stands to only get worse. Read more

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IN THE NEWS: EPA's Science Advisory Board to Scrutinize Clean Car Rollback

Trish Komen Quoted in Scientific American

An independent panel of experts is poised to scrutinize one of the Trump administration’s most consequential environmental rollbacks. Critics of the Trump EPA say the review stands to highlight errors in that analysis that could inform future lawsuits against the administration. Read more