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beth harris
beth harris • 2 years ago

Kicking off the session, we talked about the student Position Papers, where each student answered one of three questions in a short research paper, then later expanded the discussion with leadership and thoughts from our guest, Doug Lederman.  Here is a very high-level overview of what we talked about:

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