The Heising-Simons Foundation is proud to regularly see many of its grantee partners featured in media outlets across the country, providing an expert voice on a timely issue or being highlighted for their accomplishments and hard work. Here are some news items that have featured our grantees over the past month:
With CHIP in Limbo, Here Are 5 Takeaways on the Congressional Impasse
Orlando Medical News, December 3, 2017
Kaiser Health News, a grantee of the Community and Opportunity program, produced this nationally syndicated story about the effect of Congress’ failure to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
‘This is the Moment’
The Washington Post, December 4, 2017
The National Immigration Law Center, a grantee of the Human Rights program, is quoted in this article about DACA youth’s “make-or-break moment” in their plight to obtain legal status.
Does Preschool Pay Off? Tulsa Says Yes
National Public Radio, December 12, 2017
This is an interview with one of the lead researchers of Georgetown University’s long-term study of Tulsa’s universal pre-K program, which showed “significant, positive effects on students’ outcomes and well-being through middle school.” This first-of-its-kind study was supported in part by the Foundation’s Education program.
How Republicans Think About Climate Change — in Maps
The New York Times, December 14, 2017
Research from Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, a grantee of the Climate and Clean Energy program, is featured in this article revealing “greater nuance in partisan climate opinions across the country.”
Searching for the Dark: The Hunt for Axions
Scientific American (subscription only), December 19, 2017
University of Washington Professor Leslie Rosenberg details how the Axion Dark Matter Experiment has entered “the most sensitive phase yet in its search for invisible particles to explain the universe’s hidden mass.” This project is supported in part by the Foundation’s Science program.
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