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Four SESP Grads Named NUPIP Fellows

Four SESP Grads Named NUPIP Fellows

SESP graduating seniors Cara Conway, Arianna Farmer, Raven Johnson and Paige Kaliski were selected as fellows for the Northwestern University Public Interest Program.

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Student Entrepreneurs: Emily Comstock, Katie Ostazeski, Brammy Geduld

Undergraduate Entepreneurs: Emily Comstock, Brammy Geduld, Katie Ostazeski

SESP undergraduates Emily Comstock, Brammy Geduld and Katie Ostazeski display energy and commitment as they pursue entrepreneurship on campus. Comstock started a nonprofit, Geduld is ramping up a student-run coffee business and Ostazeski leads Northwestern Student Holdings.

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Jim Spillane Appointed to Advisory Board for National Science Foundation

Jim Spillane Appointed to Advisory Board for National Science Foundation

SESP professor James Spillane was appointed to the advisory board for the National Science Foundation’s Directorate for Education and Human Resources.

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Shirin Vossoughi to Study Makerspaces as NAEd/Spencer Fellow

Shirin Vossoughi to Study Makerspaces as NAEd/Spencer Fellow

SESP assistant professor Shirin Vossoughi was selected to be a 2016 NAEd/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow, with research on tinkering programs that design for equity.

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How You Argue Affects Your Health

How You Argue Affects Your Health

Exploding with anger during a marital spat can increase risk of cardiovascular problems later in life, while shutting down emotionally can contribute to back pain, according to new research by SESP's Claudia Haase and the University of California.

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