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Energy Renewed #4: Utilities’ use of CAPE software for short circuit programs and grid protection
Why do more than 50% of utilities use CAPE software for short circuit programs and grid protection?
Two education experts on racial equity in learning across Appalachia
Kandace Jones, director of the Region 8 Comprehensive Center, and Jade Irving, program coordinator for First2 Network join us to discuss the needs of BIPOC students in the Appalachian region of the United States.
A global health expert on U.S. public health in an interconnected world
An insightful discussion with Dr. Jeff Koplan, director of Emory University’s Global Health Institute, on public health's global influence in the United States.
Education in Appalachia: COVID-19 is changing education in the region
In this episode of our podcast, host Dr. Caitlin Howley, director of child welfare and education at ICF, is joined by Dr. John Ross, one of ICF’s experts on instructional design and blended learning, to discuss the challenges students, parents, and educators across Appalachia are facing as they deal with COVID-19.
Climate Risk: The two sides of transition risk
In this episode of our Climate Risk series, host Brad Hurley, senior communications consultant at ICF, is joined by Jesse Keenan, a social scientist at Tulane University and one of the editors of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission's Managing...
Looking to state leaders as the drivers of public health
In this episode, host David Speiser, Ph.D., executive vice president at ICF, and Nicola Dawkins-Lyn, Ph.D., MPH, a behavioral scientist at ICF, speak to Dr. Marcus Plescia, the chief medical officer at the Association of State and Territorial Health...