GEORGIA TECH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND OUTREACH
YEAR IN REVIEW 2019
CEISMC Associate Leadership
Meltem Alemdar - Educational Research and Evaluation Bonnie Harris - Strategic Partnerships and GIFT Program Tamara Pearson - School and Community Engagement Chris Thompson - Student Programs Marion Usselman - Development and Educational Innovation
MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
As I begin my fifth year as Executive Director of CEISMC, I find myself wondering where the years have gone. It seems like yesterday that I was struggling to understand a new university, a new state, and a new group of local schools and school leaders. Today, CEISMC continues to thrive. In 2019, we transitioned from the College of Sciences into the Office of Provost. We brought on new partners, reached out to new regions of the state, began exciting new research projects and outreach programs, and welcomed a new President! Georgia passed S.B. 108, which mandates computer science courses in middle and high school—an exciting and challenging opportunity to raise performance in Georgia’s schools.
M. Agnes Jones Elementary School, one of our community partner schools, distinguished itself with some of the largest achievement gains in the state! As always, we take pride in the enthusiasm and creativity we see in the young learners we are so fortunate to work with. We are continually impressed by the passion and ingenuity of our Georgia Tech faculty and student collaborators. We appreciate the community of Atlanta with boundless opportunities and continual challenges. We enter a new decade energized and ready to move the needle to improve STEM attainment for Georgia!
Lizanne DeStefano, Ph. D. Executive Director Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing Georgia Institute of Technology
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Mission The Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) enhance PreK-12 and post-secondary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education by drawing upon the expertise and scholarly contributions of the Georgia Tech community. CEISMC advocates for and leads systemic changes to increase STEM interest and achievement for all students, especially those underrepresented in STEM. CEISMC’s research efforts allow for the identification and dissemination of evidence-based best practices in STEM education.
Vision CEISMC will define and exemplify effective STEM education to maximize students’ readiness to excel in a rapidly changing world. We are leaders in influencing significant curricular, pedagogical, social and policy reform efforts that will shape STEM education and workforce development.
Goals • • • • • •
Inspiring STEM Enrichment And Outreach For Students Intensive Professional Development For STEM Educators Local And Sustainable Community Partnerships Innovative STEM Education Research And Evaluation Of STEM Education Dynamic Opportunities For Georgia Tech Community Engagement
Where is CEISMC in the State of Georgia?
PRE-COLLEGE STUDENTS ENGAGED IN CEISMC STEM OUTREACH AND EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAMS
STEM TEACHERS PARTICIPATED IN CEISMC PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
HOURS OF STEM TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROVIDED BY CEISMC
GEORGIA SCHOOL DISTRICTS PARTNERED WITH CEISMC TO INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION OF STEM INNOVATORS ®
Georgia School Districts Atkinson County Atlanta Public Schools Baker County Baldwin County Barrow County Bartow County Ben Hill County Berrien County Bibb County Brantley County Brooks County 2|
Bryan County Bulloch County Camden County Carroll County Carrollton City Cherokee County City Schools of Decatur Clarke County Clay County Clayton County Clinch County
Cobb County Coffee County Colquitt County Columbia County CountyTroup County Coweta County Crawford County Crisp County DeKalb County Dodge County Dooly County
Dougherty County Douglas County Dublin City Effingham County Elbert County Evans County Fannin County Fayette County Floyd County Forsyth County Fulton County
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CEISMC BY THE NUMBERS
FISCAL YEAR 2019 TOTAL FUNDING $11,222,569 36% GIFT AND FOUNDATION $4,066,400
11% STATE $1,251,369 5% REGISTRATION FEES $567,785
48% EXTERNAL SPONSORS $5,337,015
89% OF CEISMCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FUNDING IS FROM EXTERNAL SOURCES
Georgia Tech faculty and staff partnered with STEM education through CEISMC to offer STEM programs
Gilmer County Glynn County Gordon County Griffin-Spalding County Gwinnett County Habersham County Hall County Haralson County Henry County Houston County Jackson County
Post-Doc, graduate, and undergraduate Georgia Tech students worked with CEISMC to increase STEM learning
Jefferson County Jones County Lamar County Laurens County Liberty County Lincoln County Lowndes County Macon County Madison County Marietta City Marion County
External organizations and businesses provided access to real-world STEM experiences
McDuffie County Meriwether County Morgan County Muscogee County Newton County Oconee County Paulding County Randolph County Richmond County Rockdale County Savannah-Chatham
Stephens County Stewart County Thomas County Troup County Walker County Walton County Ware County Warren County Whitfield County Wilkes County 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW | 3
HIGHLIGHTED PROGRAMS Amazon EarSketch Remix Competition [Amazon Future Engineer, $250,000]
This music remix contest uses the EarSketch program that was developed by Georgia Tech to helps students learn to code by making music. In the competition, students create an original song using music samples from the song entitled “SET” by award-winning musical performance artist Ciara, as well as other sounds from the EarSketch library. The contest is open to high school students in the United States. CEISMC developed an 8-week curriculum for EarSketch for K-12 Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) education and coordinates aspects of the competition with Georgia high schools. Ciara surprised students with a special visit to students at Paul Duke High School in Norcross, Georgia. The announcement of the competition winners is in February of 2020. The top 3 winners receive an allexpense-paid trip to Seattle for a VIP “Amazon Future Engineer for a Day” experience and the opportunity to present their song to Amazon Music. Biologically Inspired Design for Engineering Education (BIRDEE) [NSF #1907806 $2,998,593]
The way a ladybug folds its wings can help aerospace engineers design more compact satellites. Similarly, studying how ants dig tunnels could help us create tunnels more efficiently. Biologically-inspired design (BID) is the cornerstone of the BIRDEE project that is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The 4-year project aims to increase the number of high school students interested in engineering by improving engineering design process learning and reshaping students’ views on their relationship with nature. BIRDEE will put high school engineering teachers in research labs at Georgia Tech for five weeks. This unique environment surrounds teachers with experienced engineers and scientists working at the forefront of BID. After the lab experience, the teachers will receive three, eight to ten-week BID units created by Georgia Tech engineers, researchers, and evaluators. Teachers will participate in ongoing professional development sessions that demonstrate strategies for teaching these units. Full STEAM AHEAD
[Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, GTF390000056, $300,000]
Comprised of 3500 students, the Washington Cluster has a motto, “One cluster, one family,” and that family selected STEM as their signature academic program. For the past four years, each school has separately developed their STEM programs, with few opportunities for cross-school integration. Living up to the cluster motto requires the authentic collaboration of all schools for one common purpose. Working in partnership with CEISMC, the cluster offered the first-ever cluster-wide summer program, Full STEAM Ahead, in 2019. Spanning the entire month of June, Full STEAM Ahead served approximately 500 rising kindergarten through ninth grade students with a schedule consisting of morning instruction in English and math, afternoon projects in STEAM, and weekly field trips. 4|
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GoSTEAM [The Goizueta Foundation, $5,000,000]
GoSTEAM is a 5-year partnership between Georgia Tech, PreK-12 schools, and other organizations in the metroAtlanta area. The educational collaborative works to create sustainable, school-based initiatives that integrate the arts and music into computer science, engineering, invention, and entrepreneurship education in authentic and compelling ways. CEISMC’s Georgia Intern Fellowships for Teachers (GIFT) program pairs STEM, music, and art teachers with Innovators in Residence and GoSTEAM coaches to promote vertical teaming between schools, universities, and the community and engage students in creative STEAM-focused experiences. In its first full year, GoSTEAM recruited nine schools, 18 teachers, and nine innovators to work in teacherinnovator teams. These teams create and assess PreK12 interventions that authentically integrate the arts into the technical fields of engineering and computer science to promote deep learning in both areas. This school year, all teams are implementing their action plans to explore the impact of the collaboration on the integration of arts into computer science and engineering. Literacy for Learning, Living, and Leading in Georgia (L4GA) [Georgia Department of Education, $300,000]
The L4GA Program is a 4-year project serving 38 school districts throughout Georgia that is funded by the Georgia Department of Education. Guided by a systems approach to evaluation, the team uses social network analysis, document analysis, and focus group data on exploring and assessing the impacts of collaboration between school districts and community organizations on student literacy outcomes.
Mathematics Equity Summit
[Georgia Department of Education, DE00012764, $30,000]
On Tuesday, November 12, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Education, the 2019 Mathematics Equity Summit was held to address the inequity that students of Georgia face in mathematics. Ranging from classroom teachers to district and state leaders, the attendees worked to address the issues they face in their respective districts. The attendees engaged with K-12 and higher education leaders through panel discussions and facilitated working groups. These engagements allowed groups to reflect on the importance of mathematics equity and access and strategize around the role of leadership in closing long-standing and pervasive achievement gaps. 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW | 5
Sea Level Rise and Savannah: Middle School Curriculum [Climate Change Fellows, $8,152]
Funded by the Climate Change Fellows, Alex Robel of Georgia Tech Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and CEISMC’s Research Associate Jayma Koval wrote a phenomenon-based module for middle school Earth Science. In the curriculum, students are introduced to the Savannah region to understand better how coastal flooding and sealevel rise are impacting these communities. The Smart Sea Level Sensors project supports teacher professional development on the curriculum that is available through archived webinars.
CEISMC STAFF AND FACULTY Awards and Recognitions Institute Diversity Faces of Inclusive Excellence 2019
• Meltem Alemdar • Diley Hernandez • Shaheen Rana • Analía Rao • Marion Usselman
Sirocus Barnes Horizons National Leadership Award Horizons National Conference in Baltimore, MD February 2019 Sirocus Barnes - Tech for All Policy Conference Award for K-12 Support Tech for All Policy Conference Atlanta, GA in November 2019.
Analía Rao - Selected as a member of the Leadership Team of the HOLA (Hispanics or Latinos and Allies) ERG (Employee Resource Group) at GT, serving as the Chair for Professional Development. Diley Hernandez - “An age of empowerment. Meet women at Tech” faculty profile (profile included in Georgia Tech’s Daily Digest on August 13, 2019)
Lizanne DeStefano Invited to Represent Georgia Tech at University Global Compact’s 17 Rooms-U On September 23, 2019, representatives from universities around the world, including Georgia Tech, gathered at Rutgers University – Newark to participate in the University Global Compact (UGC)‘s 17 Rooms-U. Hosted in partnership with the United Nations, the event brought together 150 faculty champions, university leaders, students, and stakeholders to discuss solutions and plan actions for the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Along with Georgia Tech President Ángel Cabrera, Lizanne DeStefano, executive director of CEISMC, attended the event and represented Georgia Tech as invited members of the panel. The UGC served as a platform for organizations committed to researching and supporting Sustainable Development Goals such as good health and well-being. quality education, and reduced inequalities. 6|
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Meltem Alemdar – Keynote Speaker at the Annual NSF’s Noyce Summit Dr. Meltem Alemdar, Senior Research Scientist and Associate Director for Educational Research and Evaluation at CEISMC, was invited by the National Science Foundation to be a Keynote Speaker at the annual NSF’s Noyce Summit held in Washington, D.C. in July 2019. Dr. Alemdar has extensive experience working with the Robert Noyce Fellowship Program (Noyce). She is the Principal Investigator for a Noyce funded research project, titled “An Exploratory Study: The Role of Social Networks and Self-Efficacy in the Retention of Noyce Teachers.” Her keynote presentation focused on the preliminary findings of this study, which examines aspects of a teachers’ social network and exposure to specific characteristics of Noyce programs.
PUBLICATIONS Brazil, M., Brunson, D., Culich, A., DeStefano, L., Jennewein, D., Jolley, T., Middelkoop, T., Neeman, H., Rivera, L., Smith, J., and Wernert, J. (2019). Campus Champions: Building and sustaining a thriving community of practice around research computing and data. Proceedings of the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing on Rise of the Machines (learning) (PEARC ‘19). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 78, 7 pages. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1145/3332186.3332200 Cappelli, C. J., Boice, K. L., & Alemdar, M. (2019). Evaluating university-based summer STEM programs: Challenges, successes, and lessons learned. Journal of STEM Outreach. Doi: https://doi.org/10.15695/jstem/v2i1.13. Edwards, D., Freeman, J., Lee, T., Magerko, B., McKlin, T., Moore, R. A. (2019). EarSketch: Engaginag Broad Populations in Computing Through Music. Communications of the ACM, September 2019, Vol. 62(9), 78-85. Gale, J., White, B. (2019). The tiny house project: Building engineering proficiency and self-efficacy through applied engineering at the high school level. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education annual conference, Tampa, FL.
Mehringer, S., Myers, C.R., Houchins, J., and Rivera, L. (2019). Mining Online Training Log Data. Proceedings of the Practice and Experience in Advanced Research Computing on Rise of the Machines (learning) (PEARC ‘19). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 84, 8 pages. Doi: https:// doi.org/10.1145/3332186.3332235 Moore, R. A, Newton, S. H., Alemdar, M. (2019). K-12 InVenture Prize: Teacher Reflections on Educating K-12 Inventors. Technology and Innovation, special issue on Invention Education, Vol 20, 221-233. Pucha, R., Dosa, K., Alemdar, M., Newton, S. (2019). External representation design-for-sustainability intervention in an engineering graphics course. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education annual conference. Tampa, FL. Wind, S., Alemdar, M., Lingle, J., Moore, R., Asilkalkan, A. (2019). Exploring Student Understanding of the Engineering Design Process Using Distractor Analysis. International Journal of STEM Education, Vol 6:4.
Gale, J., Alemdar, M., Moore, R. (2019). Students’ experience with collaborative engineering design challenges in a middle school engineering course. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education annual conference, Tampa, FL.
PRESENTATIONS Alemdar, M. (2019). The role of Social Networks and Self-Efficacy in the Retention of Noyce teachers. Keynote address at the National Science Foundation 2019 Noyce Summit, Washington, DC.
Anderson, M., Duke, K., King, B., Grossman, S., Koval, J. (2019). Under the Sea: Three-Dimensional Learning in Marine Environments. Presented at the Georgia Science Teachers Association Annual Conference. Columbus, GA.
Alemdar, M., Cappelli, C.J., Gale, J. (2019). Early career teachers’ personal support networks and their impact on retention and persistence in schools. A poster presented at the European Conference on Social Networks, Zurich, Switzerland
Barnes, S., Williams, S. (2019). PBL: Youth Taking the Lead in their Learning. Presented at the Beyond School Hours National Education Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Alemdar, M., Lingle, J., Moore, R. Rosen, J. and Usselman, M. (2019). The Impact of a Middle School Engineering Course on Students’ Science Knowledge and Affective Measures. American Educational Research Association. Toronto, CA. Alemdar, M., Cappelli, C.J., Gale, J. (2019). The role of Social Networks and Self-Efficacy in the Retention of Noyce teachers. A poster presented at the 2019 Noyce Summit, Washington, DC. Alemdar, M., Cappelli, C.J., Rana, S., Jackson, J., DeStefano, L. (2019). Using social network analysis to evaluate the impact of community partnership on a statewide literacy initiative. A paper presented at the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN.
Barnes, S., Williams, S. (2019). Cultivating Passion and Persistence through Project-Based Learning. Presented at the National Afterschool Association Conference, New York, NY. Barnes, S., Gutierrez, A. (2019). Summer Matters: Bridging the Gap from Middle to High School. Presented at the National Summer Learning Association Conference, Atlanta, GA. Dooley, C. Alemdar, M., Cappelli, C.J., Welch, M., DeStefano, L. (2019). Social Network Analysis of a Statewide Literacy Initiative. A roundtable paper presented at the Literacy Research Association Conference, Tampa, FL.
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PRESENTATIONS Edwards, D., Hernandez, D. (2019). Building Student CAPACiTY through Culturally Authentic Computational Thinking. A workshop presentation at the STEAM Leadership Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Hernandez, D. (2019). Culture and Equity in Education. Project-based learning and culturally authentic practices. Presented at the Georgia Tech Sustainability Showcase, Atlanta, GA.
Edwards, D., Hernandez, D., Byous, S. (2019). Building Student CAPACiTY through Culturally Authentic Computational Thinking. A workshop presentation at the Computer Science Teacher Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Hernandez. D. (2019). Thriving in Academia: Voices from Scholars of Color in Educational Psychology. Invited session speaker at the American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Gale, J., Boice, K. (2019). The Evaluation of Communities of Practice: Lessons Learned from Case Study Research at a STEAM School. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN. Gale, J. (2019). It’s not a project. It’s a real thing that could save lives: A case study of applied engineering at the high school level. A paper presented at the National Association of Research in Science Teaching Conference, Baltimore, MD. Gale, J., Alemdar, M., Grossman, S., Koval, J. (2019). Sustaining Change at the Classroom Level: Advancing Science Teaching Practices through a MathScience Partnership. Presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD. Grossman, S., Ryan, M. (2019). Professional Learning and Outreach in Sustainability for K-12 Educators. A poster presented at the Georgia Tech Sustainability Conference, Atlanta, GA. Grossman, S., Koval, J. (2019). Under the Sea: A Deep Dive into 3D Learning Modules using Authentic Phenomena in Marine Environments. Presented at the Georgia STEM/STEAM Forum. Athens, GA. Grossman, S., Rosen, J., Koval, J. (2019). Power Up: Integrate Your Physical Science and Algebra Curriculum Using Energy-Based Simulations. Presented at the Georgia STEM/STEAM Forum. Athens, GA. Grossman, S., Koval, J., Rosen. J. (2019). Under the Sea: A Deep Dive into 3D Learning Curriculum Modules Using Authentic Phenomena in Marine Environments. Presented at the Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Learning Conference. Savannah, GA. Grossman, S., Hernandez, D. (2019). Problem Based Learning and Culturally Authentic Education to Promote Equity and Resiliency. An invited presentation at the K-12 Professional Development Workshop The UN’s Sustainability Goals and Teaching World Cultures, Social Studies, and Foreign Languages. Presented at the Atlanta Global Studies Center’s Symposium, Atlanta, GA. Gutierrez, A., Barnes, S. (2019). Summer Matters: Bridging the Gap from Middle to High School and Beyond. Presented at the College Board: A Drew Deferred Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Harris, J., Barnes, S., Brodnan, C., Williams, L. (2019). Prioritizing Continuous Quality Improvement Across Summer Learning Programs: A Deep Dive into SLPQA and Additional Tools to Measure Quality. Presented at the National Summer Learning Association Conference, Atlanta, GA. Helms, M. (2019). 12 Challenges of Biologically Inspired Design in Industry. Presented at the NASA VINE Biocene Tools Workshop, Cleveland, OH. Helms, M. (2019). 4-Box method of Problem Formulation for Analogical Evaluation. Presented at the NASA VINE Biocene Tools Workshop, Cleveland, OH. Helms, M. (2019). Using the SBF ontology for BID. Presented at the NASA VINE Biocene Tools Workshop, Cleveland, OH. Helms, M. (2019). Bio-inspired Methods and Process. Presented at the 1st International Workshop on Bio-Inspired Geotechnics, Monterey, CA. Helms, M., Yen, J. (2019). Biologically Inspired Design for Sustainability. Presented at the Georgia Tech Sustainability Conference, Atlanta, GA. Helms, M., Grossman, S. (2019). Bio-inspired Design and the Living Building: Creating a Space to teach STEM Standards. Presented at the Georgia Tech STEAM Leadership Conference 2019, Atlanta, GA.
Hernandez, D., Rosen, J. (2019). Education-based partnerships and makerspaces. Keynote address to education and STEM leaders. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Hernandez, D., Grossman, S., Edwards, D. (2019). Building Student CAPACiTY through Culturally Authentic Computational Thinking. A workshop presentation at the GoSTEAM program professional development summer session I, Atlanta, GA. Jackson, K., Barnes, S. (2019). Social Emotional Learning through RULER. Presented at the Summit for Transformative Learning, College Park, GA. King, B., Hurst, M., Grossman, S., Koval, J., Davis, R. (2019). Energy Simulations for Supporting 3D Learning in Your Physical Science Classroom. Presented at the Georgia Science Teachers Association Annual Conference. Columbus, GA. King, B., Mumphery, C., Grossman, S., Koval, J. (2019). Using 3-Dimensional Learning and Data Analysis to Ignite Your Earth Science Curriculum. Presented at the Georgia Science Teachers Association Annual Conference. Columbus, GA. Koval, J. (2019). Sea Level Rise and Savannah: The Tide is High. Presented at the Georgia STEM/STEAM Forum. Athens, GA. Koval, J. (2019). Create a Generation of Problem Solvers with Engineering is Elementary. Presented at the Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Learning Conference. Savannah, GA. Koval, J., Grossman, S., Rosen, J. (2019). Integrate Your Physical Science and Algebra Curriculum Using Energy-Based Simulations from the AMP-ITUP Project. Presented at the Interdisciplinary STEM Teaching and Learning Conference. Savannah, GA. Koval, J., Alemdar, M., Gale, J., Newton, S., Usselman, M. (2019). Developing Curricular Sustainability within a Math and Science Partnership. Presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD. Lingle, J. Alemdar, M., Newton, S. (2019). Addressing the Challenges of Summarizing while Contextualizing: Evaluating a National Program for Chemistry Faculty with Differing Local Impacts. Paper presented at the American Evaluation Association, Minneapolis, MN. Pucha, R., Newton, S., Alemdar, M. (2019). Freshman Engineering Students See Value in Sustainability-themed Project-based Learning. Presented at the 2019 AASHE Conference and Expo, Spokane, WA. Pucha, R., Newton, S., Alemdar, M. (2019). Freshman Engineering Students. Presented at the Sustainability Showcase: Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design., Georgia Tech., Atlanta, GA. Rivera,x L. (2019). Diversity Panel Discussion hosted by Intel Corporation. Invited panelist at the SC19 conference, Denver, CO. Rivera, L. (2019). The Long Game: Increasing Latinx Representation in STEM Evaluation. Paper presented at the Evaluation 2019 Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Rosen, J., Hernandez, D. (2019). Education-based makerspaces: Mindful Design. Keynote address to K-12 educators. San Juan, Puerto Rico. Wright, E., Krajewski, J., Grossman, S., Hernandez, D. (2019). The ‘Water you Talking About’ Model: Engaging High School Students in STEM and science Communication. A presented at the Conference on Communication and Environment (COCE), Vancouver, Canada.
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PARTNERS AND SPONSORS Georgia Tech Colleges and Schools
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Amazon Future Engineer Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Boeing Clayton County Climate Change Fellows Code.org Fulton County Schools Georgia Power Georgia Department of Education Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Science Olympiad The Goizueta Foundation Google
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This report was designed and produced by Steven L. Taylor and Shannon L. Malone. Special thanks to Meltem Alemdar and Marion Usselman for editorial review and guidance.
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