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A Business Entrepreneur for Big Impact Not a Big Paycheck: Scott Beale

As I was exploring the online world and twitterverse for articles relevant to my paper on grassroots organizing and microblogging, I stumbled across a very interesting article from the Washington Post … Read More»

Unveiled & Unstoppable: Muslim Women in Science

This is a paper I wrote for my religion & science class. I use various articles, case studies and interviews to explore how the teachings of Islam encourage the participation of women in science. … Read More»

Can A President Be Unisex?

I wrote this paper for women & politics class. The paper takes a look at Hillary Clinton as a woman & presidential candidate. … Read More»

Someone You'd Like to Meet: Dr. Larisa Schelkin

Below here is a profile I wrote on Dr. Larisa Schelkin, president of the DOME foundation- if you haven't heard of it I suggest you look it up, its a wonderful organization. … Read More»

Life in Plastic: Is it really so fantastic?

This is a paper I wrote for my class women, gender & race in the media. The paper is in part a response to Ariel Levy's book Female Chauvanist Pigs: Women & the Rise of Raunch Culture. … Read More»

Family Planning: God's Choice?

This is a paper I wrote for my class gender & international development. It looks at the issue of abortion, and other women's issues in developing countries and their relation to religion. … Read More»

Excellent Childcare: A Necessity Not a Luxury

This is yet another reflection paper I wrote for my women & politics class. It analyzes the childcare system in the U.S. It has a particular focus on single immigrant mothers. … Read More»

Microblogging: Allowing Even the Quietest Voices to be Heard

This is a reflection paper I wrote for my women & politics class. It looks at how social media networks & microblogging are useful tools for grassroots organizing. … Read More»

Women in Politics: "Taking the First Step"

This is a reflection paper I wrote for my women & politics course. It looks at the challenges for women hoping to enter politics & run for office. … Read More»

The Politics of Science & The Science of Politics

The attached document is a paper I wrote for my women in politics class. … Read More»

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