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Vishva Nalamalapu

Science Writer

Justice for Bilingual Children in Speech-Language Pathology

University of Oregon Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, October 2023

"For 15 years, Lauren Cycyk has worked as a speech-language pathologist. Many of the families she has served were Latinx and Spanish-speaking, and some would tell her about the discrimination they experienced while seeking assessment and treatment for their children’s communication disorders. Cycyk searched for materials to better understand the problem but found little. So, she decided to help develop what she once needed."

Scientists at the Mountain Research Station Investigate Changing Behavior of an Alpine Plant

University of Colorado Boulder Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, July 2023

"Niwot Ridge is a place of grandeur. The mountains are tall and steep. The sky is bright and open. In this land, most people instinctively look up and out. A research group from the University of Georgia, however, spends their summer days on the ridge looking down."

The Sleepless Forest Observers

MIT Scope, July 2023

Ecologists are using remote observation to advance their understanding of environments. Are they losing something in the process?

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