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I had such a busy month, I decided to make a little recap! This is work I did in February 2014. Included is some branding, conference promotion, typography, email marketing, and more.

I had such a busy month, I decided to make a little recap! This is work I did in February 2014. Included is some branding, conference promotion, typography, email marketing, and more.

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    • WORK I DID IN FEBRUARY (2014)
    • BRANDING AND CONFERENCE MARKETING CENTER FOR CURIOSITY
    • The First Annual Curiosity Conference The First Annual Curiosity Conference Sponsored by : FEBRUARY 28, 10am - 5pm Azim Premji University | 10th floor, pixel A Insights into how cognitive processes help in building curiosity What: The First Annual Curiosity Conference seeks to bring together ‘curious thinkers’ to explore two central questions that are becoming increasingly important for today's educators: First, how do we February 28, 10am - 5pm Azim Premji University, Bangalore, India 10th floor, pixel A harness and release the natural curiosity of our Curiosity and classroom CURIOUS COGNITION practices with focus on teacher preparation programs Action identification and THE CURIOUS TEACHER students? Second, how might developing curiosity What inhibits curiosity in children? of a rule b(l)ender CURIOUS CHALLENGES Fear and curiosity Each presentation will build toward the primary ideas, and concepts that can help teachers Curiosity in the classrooms: Classroom confessions help to improve classroom learning? focus of our discussion: to develop activities, its influence on curiosity Factors conducive to the expression of POORN CURIOSITY curiosity in children Stimulating curiosity through explicitly infuse curiosity into their classroom. stories of exploration and travel Panelists will brainstorm possible curricular tools Invoking curiosity through and workshop a “curiosity curriculum” currently and questions counter-intuitive demonstrations being developed by the CfC team. Are you curious? CURIOSITY WHEN SCHOOL ENDS Three sources of curiosity THE KATHA OF CURIOSITY Story telling as a communication toola journey of connecting to the roots of culture and curiosity ORGANIZERS: Arjun Shankar, Nanak Bhatia, Shubhrata Das, Divya Joseph, The sound of curiosity Ranjani Polepeddi, and Divya Subramaniam For more information call 9632860891 or 9916601348
    • PM 10:00AM - 6:30 UNICATION HOOL FOR COMM ANNENBERG SC NIA NNSYLVA UNIVERSITY OF PE DELPHIA, PA PHILA FESTIVAL PROGRAM FESTIVAL MARKETING CAMRA
    • STORY ILLUSTRATION SYMBIOSIS MAGAZINE
    • COMPETITION ENTRY PENN DEFIBRILLATOR DESIGN CHALLENGE
    • AND IT WON! 1 OF 4 EXPERT PANEL AWARDS
    • NEWSLETTER REDESIGN PENN CENTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH INITIATIVES
    • exual, n, Gay, Bis out Lesbia b Let’s Talk A Health U N IT Y er (LGBT) BT CO M M Transgend F TH E LG and N EE D S O LT H RE AL IZ IN IQ U E G TH E U N THE LONELY PRO J H EA Currently lo ECT nely on twit ter: ION TRODUCT E AND IN P WELCOM , MPP, MSH a, MD Baligh Yehi Medicine; BT Health ofessor of ram for LG Assistant Pr edicine Prog M ctor, Penn Dire E ES AND TH H POLICI BT HEALT IONAL LG NAT T LE CARE AC AFFORDAB tions, A, MPH Communica n Baker, M search and Kella or, LGBT Re ciate Direct Asso Progress American Center for going to play the wii by m yself because I'm lonely TION LTH EDUCA AND HEA RESEARCH LGBT niversity of hrology, U Lunn, MD Medical sion of Nep Mitchell R. igator, LGBT Fellow, Divi vest search der and In of Medicine Clinical Re cisco; Foun ity School rs San Fran ford Unive California, roup, Stan Research G Education PHIA PHILADEL T CARE IN D PATIEN HEALTH AN LGBT n Nurit Shei zoni Center irector, Maz Executive D Discussion— NS: Panel th; Q&A DISCUSSIO LGBT heal DITIONAL advancing AD s in and policie es Best practic m 0p t | 4:00-6:0 ay, April 1s Tuesd RG AN JO H N M O RE UN IO N AU D IT O RI RSVP: W W W.C PH I.U PE N N .E D U/ EV EN TS UM Lessons from LASI What we’ve learned from work ing on abortion access in the most restrictive state s A BUNCH OF OTHER THINGS FOREWARD This document is about the five-year experience of the largest and most experiment al project that Provide has ever done — LASI, the Least Acces s States Initiative.
    • riven assessment and plannin g, and implementation of key interventions to improve access. Over those five years, we built commitment and capacity at individual and institutional levels - includi ng among those that have not previously addressed abortion - in least access states. Overall, this has resulted in 1) a more robust and still growi ng infrastructure in program states for work on reproductive health and abortion; and 2) gains in abortion access that can be replicated and brought to scale in these and other states, by Provide and other organizations. We would like to share some stories about the work that we’ve done as well as the lessons we’ve learned in the process. This project was a radical shift for Provide and we learned so much from a willingness to try anything that might work; it is our hope that there are lessons and stories here that may help others doing similar work. PROVIDE Provide is committed to acces s to safe abortion for all wome n in the U.S. We believe that by being clearly focused on abortion within the context of our broader values we will make a significant contribution to women’s health and autonomy. NEED DESIGN? To this end, Provide: Looks for gaps in abortion access that no one else is addressing and seeks to create and suppor t innovative responses to these gaps; Seeks to catalyze changes within health care and reproductive health activism that increase the particip ation of a wide range of health care providers in providing and connecting women to safe abortion care; and Works with local partners to achieve locally-driven, locallyrelevant goals and connects this work to national organizations also interested in expanding access. The Lasi Project
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