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Student Work: Crossroads for Opportunity in Front of Nations with Declining Populations

Published on April 7, 2019 By rskomorohov

Image Source: Jo Di Graphics (using United Nations data) Declining populations have become the norm in a number of countries in the last few decades. There are of course the occasional cases of war, disasters, and other extraordinary drivers, but there is a number of countries, mostly in Eastern Europe the demographics of which have […]

Minorities Most Vulnerable to Wildfires

Published on November 6, 2018 By Collin Sledge

Recently a study was featured in the New York Times that found that communities who are the most at risk when it comes to wildfires tended to be Native Americans: “over 29 million Americans live with significant potential for extreme wildfires, a majority of whom are white and socioeconomically secure. Within this segment, however, are 12 […]

IP and Business Citizenship

Published on March 26, 2017 By Bo Roe

In the first month of the new US administration we have collectively seen several mile markers towards alternative future scenarios. The president has projected a bias towards US innovation, development, and economic growth – the associated potential for shift in IP policy and the operation of the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) is […]