Friday, July 31, 2015

Rice University's One-Year Master of Accounting Program

Rice University will be launching a one-year Master of Accounting (“MAcc”) Program in Fall 2016. This program is open to all non-accounting undergraduate students.

The Rice MAcc will develop cross-cutting, critical thinkers who are posed to be future leaders in the business world. Along these lines, our MAcc will only admit students with non-accounting undergraduate majors.

Program Highlights
  • Students get educationally qualified for the CPA licensure in just one year and are taught by Rice’s world-class Jones Graduate School of Business faculty.
  • Excellent employment opportunities for graduates:
  • We expect a near 100% placement rate at graduation. Most graduates will enter public accounting, though there will also be opportunities in consulting, investment banking, and business financial analysis.
  • The “Big 4” public accounting firms rank highly in Fortune magazine’s "100 Best Companies to Work For" and Business Week’s "Best Places to Launch a Career" surveys. 
  • The Rice MAcc only has three accounting undergraduate prerequisite classes, and two of these three classes can be taken in a concentrated, summer pre-term format.
  • We offer scholarships to attract diverse, bright talent.
More information can be found at, along with FAQs at

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Earn Extra Money, Participate in a Research Study

Hi-LAB Reliability Study
This study is meant to assess whether cognitive and perceptual tasks related to predicting foreign language acquisition reliably measure this ability over time. Participants will be able to earn up to $75 through the completion of two sessions ($15 for 1st, and $60 for 2nd); the first session time frame is 07/15/2015 – 07/31/2015, and the second session will occur from 08/03/2015-08/28/2015. Sessions may vary in terms of time commitment and compensation.
Must be at least 18 years of age, and a native speaker of English.
Study takes place in Room #1110, Patapsco Bldg (5201 Paint Branch Parkway, College Park, MD)
For more information about the study, please contact or sign up directly at UMD’s paid SONA site:
Are you taking a Spanish class? 
The Language Learning and Cognition Study needs your help!
The Language Learning and Cognition Study is recruiting participants for the summer and early fall!
Participate in 14 sessions of 1-2 hours each at Taliaferro.  You will be asked to complete cognitive tasks and questionnaires, as well as training tasks on an iPad.
Receive $240 for completing the study ($5 each for sessions 1-13, and $175 at the final session)  After completing session 14, you will get a raffle entry to win one of 10 $200 gift cards!
Eligibility criteria include (see for full list):
- 18-30 years of age
- monolingual native speaker of English
- currently enrolled in a 200- or 300-level Spanish course or completed a 300-level Spanish course within the past year
- not started studying Spanish before age 12
- no immersion experience of longer than 1 month in a Spanish-speaking country

Contact us at

Fall Institute for Justice Paid Internship

The Institute for Justice (a libertarian public interest law firm) seeks a paid research intern for its strategic research program at the Arlington, Va. headquarters. The internship will include data collection and analysis for research projects. The ideal candidate will have facility in mining online databases and data sources, the ability to create and manipulate spreadsheets, and persistence and good judgment in soliciting information and data from state and non-profit agencies.

Click here to read more and apply!

Fall Full-Time Paid Internship with the National Democratic Institute

Intern/Project Assistant: Central and Eastern Europe (Fall 2015)

The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) invites all qualified candidates to apply for a full-time paid internship in a dynamic, fast-paced organization that promotes democracy worldwide.  The position offers a window into the field of international development work, with challenging opportunities for those wishing to explore a career in the expanding realm of international relations. The intern will work with the Central and Eastern Europe team to provide programmatic and administrative support to the regional team’s initiatives in the Balkans.

Primary Responsibilities:
§ Gathering reports from various news sources on the countries of the CEE region;
§ Drafting cover memos and editing regular field reports, proposals, and other documents as needed;
§ Preparing program briefing materials for NDI trainers and field representatives;
§ Assisting with administrative tasks such as scanning, photocopying, and preparing for seminars;
§ Contributing research on subjects such as civic education/organizing, NGO development and political party building; and
§ Attending workshops, lectures and other events within and outside of NDI.

Fall Paid Research Internship with Brookings' Metropolitan Policy Program

This fall internship, beginning in September 2015, is a paid opportunity for undergraduate students in their junior or senior year, recent college graduates or graduate students with an interest in gaining experience and contributing to the work at the world’s leading think tank; and undertaking an independent research/academic project.

This internship pays an hourly rate of $10.50, and ideally applicants will work part-time during regular business hours (dependent on the applicant’s school schedule), with some flexibility around an academic course schedule. The internship is based in Washington, DC and will last approximately 10 weeks.

Primary Responsibilities

Responsibilities will include research related tasks on various metropolitan initiatives in the areas of advanced economy, innovation & engagement, human capital, STEM and global cities.

Note that as part of this internship program, interns are required to complete an independent research/academic project of his or her choice and will make a presentation at the end of the internship. The project should be scaled to complete in approximately 40 hours and interns will receive regular feedback from Metro staff and scholars over the course of the internship

In addition to their primary responsibilities, interns will have the opportunity to attend internal presentations, professional development workshops, and public Brookings events as well as participate on Brookings sports teams and network with other interns throughout the Institution

Research Assistant position with National Opinion Research Center (NORC)

NORC at the University of Chicago is seeking a qualified Research Assistant to support the Public Health Department. NORC is a not-for-profit academic research organization that partners with government, commercial, and nonprofit clients to perform research and disseminate knowledge.

This position is located in Bethesda, MD, and is responsible for conducting literature reviews; statistical analyses of primary and secondary data; and prepare memos, tables and graphs based on findings. In addition, this position is responsible for playing a central role in maintaining administrative records.

§ Provide general research support related to social science (e.g. public health and health policy research) on assignments of low to moderate complexity.
§ Conduct literature reviews, statistical analysis of primary and secondary data and prepares memos, tables, and graphs based on findings under supervision of experienced professionals.
§ Take notes at meetings and prepare initial draft of minutes. Take notes at telephone/in-person interviews.
§ Develop project materials, such as report outlines, visual exhibits for reports, and serving as an editor for deliverables.
§ Support business development efforts through coordination of document preparation and reproduction.
§ Under the direction of senior staff, support the development of new business by conducting background research on programs, award history, and agency goals and objectives.
§ Perform other duties as assigned.  

Entry-Level Research Analyst Position with Optimal Solutions Group

Optimal Solutions Group, LLC is a leading non-partisan public policy research firm that conducts studies and provides technical assistance on health care, education, welfare, housing, community development, and related subjects.

The Research Analyst I would assist senior researchers in a variety of research, data analysis, and administrative tasks. This position requires analysts that are able to work independently but also function effectively as a member of the project team and closely with junior and senior researchers. The full-time position is located in College Park, MD.

Position Responsibilities:
§ Collection and preparation of data from surveys and administrative information systems.
§ Performing basic analysis and coding of survey instruments.
§ Conducting literature searches and review to provide background information for related project topics.
§ Prepare for and summarize client communications and correspondence.
§ Contributing to written reports and proposals.
§ Tracking internal project functions, such as budgets, staffing, and progress of tasks.
§ Providing general administrative project support and management

Friday, July 17, 2015

Paid Fall Internships with Population Services International for Recent Grad

PSI seeks candidates for the position of Intern to support the Corporate Partnerships and Philanthropy Department. The intern will have a variety of responsibilities within the department, working on research, events and logistics, administrative duties, database maintenance and management and relationship management. The position requires flexibility and willingness to assume varied duties and projects and offers an opportunity to assist PSI staff on a variety of projects. PSI offers a dynamic, creative and progressive work environment.

This internship position is based in Washington, D.C. and reports to the Corporate Partnerships Coordinator. This is a paid position and will be approximately 40hrs/week or part-time at 20hrs/week.

The Corporate Partnerships Intern will have a variety of duties and work on many different projects related to the support of PSI’s communications activities. Duties will include working on specialized projects as well as providing administrative support to Washington staff.

Fall Emergency Affairs Internships with World Vision

World Vision is currently accepting resumes for fall 2015 internships.
(We will begin reviewing resumes and communicating with applicants in late July)

Is your public affairs and emergency management coursework fueling your passion for assisting with issues of global poverty? Do you want your education in public affairs or emergency management to catapult you into non-profit work that gives you meaning and does good in the world? Do you want an incredible learning experience that will expose you to non-profit work, culture, relevant projects and experts in their field? The World Vision Internship program is looking for interns with all of the above: passion, ambition, and a desire to put their skills to practice in their area of interest.

Required Skills
The Emergency Affairs team is looking for interns who have:
  • Taken relevant courses in Social Sciences, International Relations, International Development
  • An understanding of either international humanitarian or emergency crises, acquiring grants or program evaluation
  • An interest in conducting research related to these issues
Required Experience
  • Excellent writing and research skills
  • Completion of undergraduate degree
  • Available 20-40 hours a week for a minimum of 10 weeks
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Attention to detail
  • Good interpersonal skills
Click here to read more and apply.

Paid Fall Research Internship with US-China Economic and Security Review Commission

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) is seeking to fill a paid Research Intern position for our Economics and Trade team to join the Commission in August 2015.

The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) was created by the United States Congress in October 2000 with the legislative mandate to monitor, investigate, and submit to Congress an annual report on the national security implications of the bilateral trade and economic relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China, and to provide recommendations, where appropriate, to Congress for legislative and administrative action.
The Commission’s mandate is available at

1. Research, monitor, and conduct analysis on developments primarily in China, Taiwan, and the western Pacific Region.
2. Work with USCC staff on planning and preparing for the Commission’s public hearings, report editing sessions, and other meetings.
3. Attend seminars, meetings, and other events on behalf of the USCC, and write memorandum to Commissioners and staff members.
4. Monitor and report on current events and emerging topics-of-interest relating to the Commission’s mandate through research and fact-checking.


1. Must be a U.S. citizen, or have applied for U.S. citizenship and naturalization.
2. Must be current college junior or senior, or a recent graduate of an undergrad program.
3. Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) at the current or last institution attended.
4. Must have coursework in one or more of the following areas:
    a. Economics & Trade:coursework with a focus on Chinese and/or broader Asian business, economics, and trade.
    b General Research:coursework with a focus on Chinese and/or broader Asian culture, society, and language.
5. Chinese language skills – reading, writing, and/or speaking – are highly desirable.

USCC Internships require individual initiative and an ability to monitor and report on current events and issues. Strong research and communications skills – writing and oral – are essential.

Click here for application instructions.

Mayor's Fall Leadership Engagement and Development DC Internships Available

Fall Program 

The Executive Office of the Mayor’s Fall L.E.A.D. DC Internship program offers undergraduate and graduate students and recent college graduates the chance to gain valuable work experience in one of our departments. 

We are looking for smart and hard-working individuals who are interested in gaining invaluable public service experience with the Executive Office of the Mayor of Washington, DC. The program offers weekly meetings with the district’s top officials including: Deputy Mayors, Directors, and Chief of Staffs. Interns will also have the opportunity to produce their own public policy platform on health, economic development, safety, and/or transportation issues. 

Students in the past have worked in the following departments: 
Mayor's Office of Community Affairs 
Mayor's Office of Communication 
Mayor's Office of Talent and Appointments 
Mayor's Office of Women and Policy Initiatives 
Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity 
Office of Federal and Regional Affairs 
Office of the Secretary 
Office of the City Administrator 
Office of Budget and Planning 
Office of General Counsel 

  • Ability to commit a minimum of 15-30 hours per week
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Willingness to work in a fast paced environment
  • Interested in public service
The program will last for 12 weeks from September 14th to December 4th. Interns will be accepted on a rolling basis. To apply, please submit an application via or

Federal Analyst Position with Deloitte for High GPA Recent Grad

As a Federal Strategy & Operations practitioner you will have the opportunity to work across a wide range of projects and tackle the complex business problems in the public sector. To provide all Federal Analysts with the opportunity to explore a variety of project duties, you will be given the opportunity to rotate among various project roles. The goal is to provide Federal Analysts with unique project experiences across multiple Federal agencies and their associated projects. This helps our junior practitioners explore their areas of interest and gain a broad set of skills and knowledge to help advance their careers.

Federal practitioners have the opportunity to enhance their skills and develop through a number of different venues. As a Federal Analyst you will receive approximately two weeks of classroom and computer-based training upon joining Deloitte Consulting with an objective to learn about our firm, the Federal practice, our clients, and the world of consulting. Past modules have included simulated client sites, case studies, and interactive group exercises. In addition, continuing education is available through a combination of Deloitte Consulting in-person classroom as well as web-based on-line resources. In addition, strong performing practitioners are eligible to take part in certification programs.

DNC Human Resources Associate Position for Recent Grad

The Human Resources Associate assists with the administration of the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources Department. This position carries out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: HRIS, employee relations, training and development, benefits, payroll.

  • Assists with employee relations matters
  • Assists with event planning
  • Prepares and maintains reports and records that are necessary to carry out HR functions
  • Assists the HR Director with various research projects and/or special projects
  • Enter new hires into the HR system, and tracks employees benefits
  • Processes mail and tracks invoices for approval
  • Other duties as assigned
Requirements and Skills:
  • Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions
  • Good customer service skills
  • Outstanding attitude towards external and internal clients
  • Sense of urgency
  • Good organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
  • Consistently demonstrate ability to respond to changing situations in a flexible manner in order to meet current needs, such as re-prioritizing work as necessary
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
  • Must be able to manage priorities and multi-task
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, tact, diplomacy and the ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to be responsive and develop strong professional relationships with the business
  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office
Click here to apply for this or other positions with the Democratic National Committee.

Administrative Coordinator Position with USAID Contractor

Macfadden is an employee-owned, international professional services corporation that applies integrated information technology solutions and program/project management expertise to help solve critical issues impacting the health, safety, and security of the world around us.  Since 1986, federal agencies have relied on Macfadden for mission critical support in the areas of international disaster response, development and humanitarian assistance, compliance and monitoring support, information management, and systems engineering and integration. 

The OFDA Response Management Team (RMT) requires the services of an Administrative Coordinator (AC) to provide administrative support to OFDA’s Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) in the field and to the RMT in Washington for a period of 12 months.  The AC manages and supports the RMT's administrative activities. The AC, under the direction of the Deputy Manager for Operations (DMO), provides technical guidance to RMT and DART members regarding staffing, contracting, travel, and fiscal requirements and procedures. The AC handles the travel logistics and other administrative needs of both the RMT and DART personnel, including transportation arrangements, country clearances, security clearances, visas, badges and passes, etc. for assigned personnel.  S/he regularly updates the RMT with OFDA and other USG agency funding obligations.  The AC may supervise support staff, including an Administrative Officer (AO) and a Travel Officer (TO), as needed.

Essential Functions:
§ Coordinate with and report to the Deputy Manager for Operations (DMO);
§ Coordinate and consult with the Overseas Admin Team (OAT);
§ Manage security clearance, country clearance, visas, travel authorization, transportation, lodging, and communications equipment for DART staff; 
§ Coordinate all travel with the OFDA Travel specialists;
§ Maintain current information on international travel plans for staff joining the DART; 
§ Request, establish, and track administrative support funds for DART operations, including petty cash and transmission of fund cite cables; 

Paid Energy, Climate & Finance Internship

The WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities seeks an Energy, Climate, and Finance Intern to support a project that focuses on improving the sustainability of urban services in the urban energy, buildings, and transport sectors. The project, a collaboration with Citi Foundation and C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, aims to take urban service delivery beyond business-as-usual and support cities in delivering solutions that meet the vital needs of citizens and local businesses, while producing local and global benefits.

This internship will support this project through research on sustainable service solutions, including working on selected deep dives in the areas of energy, buildings, and transport in Brazil, India, and Mexico. The Intern should have some knowledge and/or experience of municipal decision-making, sustainable low carbon urban infrastructure and financing of services delivery, public and private finance, domestic and international finance (including climate finance). The intern’s results of the research will be incorporated into a working paper.

The position is located in WRI's Washington, D.C. office and will report directly to the Director of Energy and Climate of the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities.

The intern will gain experience in the following areas:

Research (70%)
  • Organize and analyze data on topics related to emerging trends and best practices in urban services delivery, municipal finance and urban climate finance.
  • Conduct case studies analysis of innovative ways to deliver urban services in the urban energy, buildings, and transport sectors.
  • Conduct a literature review on municipal needs, solutions, and barriers; and delivery models, including business and financing Instruments.
  • Conduct data collection, including through use of databases and stakeholder interviews.
  • Contribute to a working paper on how cities can use existing and emerging financial mechanisms for improving service sustainability through new delivery models.

Paid Fall Internships with American Legacy

Moving toward empowering the first generation to end smoking is more than just a job, it's what motivates us every day. We're looking for qualified individuals who share this spirit to participate in our internship program.

The Marketing Intern will help with a variety of tasks that vary from week to week. In the past, interns have conducted background research on potential partners, artists, and collaborators; assisted the grassroots marketing team with truth tour logistics and organization; coordinated ticket giveaways; coordinated internal approvals for creative; and fulfilled administrative tasks needed to help keep the campaign moving and department functioning.

The Government Affairs Intern will support the efforts of Legacy's outreach with various governmental entities. This internship also provides opportunities to become familiar with the political process by way of Capitol Hill hearings, briefings, and delivering materials to congressional offices. Ideal applicants will have an interest in public health/public policy and a strong interest in government affairs work. Previous experience on Capitol Hill or similar experience is a plus, but not required.

The Human Resources Intern will support Legacy's Human Resources expertise center in various function areas and with special projects to broaden their knowledge of the HR function. They will assist with performance management projects, learn HRIS processes and assist in processing employee changes/updates, file/discard HR files and contracts consistent with Legacy's document retention policy, read and understand Legacy policies, procedures, and benefits to answer employee inquiries, and assist with updating benefits information into and HRIS. Ideal candidates are students currently pursuing an undergraduate degree with an interest in learning more about Human Resources as a profession.

Program Assistant - Russia/Eurasia Program with Carnegie Endowment

Position description
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a unique global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, is seeking a program assistant to work with scholars in our Washington, DC-based Russia/Eurasia program. Position will provide administrative support, prepare expense reports, assist with grant reports, make travel arrangements, perform database work, handle web postings, coordinate and plan meetings and events, and interface with the international public policy community. Excellent opportunity for an energetic individual interested in the region and Carnegie Endowment's mission.


The ideal candidate will have excellent communications and computer skills, strong time management skills, and attention to detail. Knowledge of the field, including relevant coursework and Russian language skills, is preferred. An administrative background with either fundraising and grants management or financial oversight is a plus.

Apply by July 20.

Policy Officer Traineeship with Green Budget Europe

Starting in mid-Sept for 6 months in Brussels.

Green Budget Europe (GBE) focuses on reducing environmentally harmful subsidies and labor taxes while increasing taxes on pollution and on non-renewable resources – and doing so in a socially equitable way. Behind our work is the realization that charging a price for costs associated with production and consumption can help protect climate and environment.

GBE brings together representatives of business, international organisations, ministries, NGOs, political decision-makers, the research community and civil society at EU level in individual European states, and internationally. By implementing environmental fiscal reform (EFR), countries can:
  • Cut pollution;
  • Conserve scarce resources; and
  • Enhance social equity through a careful and considered approach to reform
Our activities include:
  • Organizing and participating in conferences, seminars, workshops and parliamentary hearings to foster dialogue and deliver progress on EFR;
  • Conducting and disseminating research and best practice on EFR to key stakeholders, our networks, and the wider public;
  • One-to-one meetings with political decision-makers and others influential in policy-making to put forward our arguments and propose implementation strategies;
  • Communicating information directly through our own media (newsletter, Twitter etc.), and
  • Responding to and commenting on on-going political processes, and highlighting potential windows of opportunity for EFR in the wider media.

Research Analyst Position for Recent Grad with J.P. Morgan Chase Institute

The JPMorgan Chase Institute seeks a Research Analyst who will help conduct original research on consumer finance and small business topics using proprietary big data within JPMorgan Chase. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in economics and statistics; be knowledgeable about the current economic policy debate and general economic trends; and have an entrepreneurial and proactive mindset.

Job Responsibilities
  • Conduct cutting-edge analyses using Institute data that add to both the public and academic discourse; develop insights and implications from the analyses in conjunction with PhD fellows, academic advisors, and internal thought-leaders
  • Responsible for identifying cutting-edge topics for the Institute’s research agenda.
  • Responsible for developing research papers, slide presentations, and blog posts for both internal and external audiences; present research findings to communities of interest including think tanks, policy makers, and other decision-makers
  • Contribute to efforts to strengthen the Institute as an organization, including developing and refining protocols, establishing strategic partnerships, and building the team

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Fall and Spring Part-time Job with Memorial Chapel

The Chapel Staff are seeking individuals to (1) work in the Chapel Office and answer phones, take event reservations, and assist the Chapel Coordinator with day-to-day tasks (2 pm – 5 pm preferred time), and (2) provide event coverage for at least two weekends in the Fall and Spring (weekends consist of Thursday-Sunday evening event coverage).

Applications will be available starting Monday, July 6th, 2015 at 9:00AM, but please be advised, the application will not be available online; students must request an application by emailing the Chapel at with the subject heading "Request EM Application." Applications are due by Friday, July 17th, 2015 at5:00pm.

If interested, please complete the application, scan/email and return it to: Denise McHugh, Chapel Coordinator, at, or Melva Coles, the Senior Event Manager, at Questions may be directed to Denise or Melva via e-mail or by phone to 301-314-9866 .

Fall Internship with Department of the Treasury

The Department of the Treasury's Departmental Offices is seeking enthusiastic and dedicated students to serve as non-paid student volunteers to assist in the performance of its mission. From August 31, 2015 through December 11, 2015, students will be exposed to the Federal work environment and will learn about the mission and the roles and responsibilities of the Department of the Treasury.

Departmental Offices is comprised of divisions headed by Assistant Secretaries and Under Secretaries who are primarily responsible for policy formulation and overall management of the Treasury Department. These offices include:
  • Executive Offices of the Secretary of the Treasury
  • Domestic Finance
  • Economic Policy
  • General Counsel
  • International Affairs
  • Legislative Affairs
  • Management/Chief Financial Officer
  • Public Affairs
  • Tax Policy
  • Terrorism and Financial Intelligence 
  • Treasurer
Students are required to select up to three program offices from the list above. For more information and detailed descriptions, visit Treasury's website

Students must possess a desire to learn about government and public policy and be skillful to perform a variety of tasks relating to activities in the areas of finance; federal regulation; domestic and international economic issues; legal and policy guidance; congressional relations as well as possess the following qualities:
  • Ability to work well in a team environment.
  • Strong written and oral communication.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Working knowledge of computer applications such as Microsoft Excel, Word, Access, Powerpoint, Visio, etc.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to organize a variety of assignments simultaneously and meet tight deadlines.
View more details at USAJobs.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Free Summer Tutoring at OMSE

The Office of Multi-ethnic Student Education (OMSE) offers a free, walk-in  tutorial program that covers most key courses in Writing, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Economics, among other courses. Individual and small group tutoring is available each semester in most undergraduate courses.

Visit the office or call today to see how they may be able to assist you.  Please complete and submit an online Tutoring Intake Form prior to your first visit. Log on today at

HOURS: Monday - Friday between 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
1101 Hornbake Library
(301) 405-5616

Participate in Economics Study

In the next few weeks several economic experiments will be conducted in the Experimental Economics Lab at UMD. The experiments are in group decision-making. The amount paid to participants depends on the experiment run and the decisions made by the participants in the experiment.

An earnings rate between $9 and $25 for 1 1/2 hours of participation is common although in many experiments students earn much more.

All experiments take place in the Experimental Economics Lab at the Department of Economics (Tydings Hall 4th floor, Room 4104).

You can register for experiments by first signing up to our database at

By registering you will be put on an email list and will be notified of upcoming experiments as they take place.

For more information, contact:
Ozlem Tonguc
(301) 405-3266