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Heath J. Prince

Heath J. Prince

Research Scientist in Public Policy, University of Texas at Austin

Quantitative and qualitative public policy analyst, evaluator and researcher in economic development and human development fields with over 15 years of pro-poor policy, evaluation and research experience. Adjunct lecturer and Teaching Assistant (2009-2011) in sustainable international development and poverty measurement. Doctorate in Social Policy, Brandeis University; Master of Public Affairs, LBJ School, University of Texas, Austin; Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs, University of Colorado, Boulder. Collaborating researcher for United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. Non-resident adviser on monitoring and evaluation Center for Global Development and Sustainability, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University. Developer of financial resources through donor research, grant proposal writing, and direct requests to foundations.

Fading hope: why the youth of the Arab Spring are still unemployed

Jul 03, 2016 12:25 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

The 2011 Arab Spring was a clear signal to governments and ruling parties that the time had come for reform, if not revolution. People in the Middle East and North Africa were demanding nothing less than sweeping...

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Economy

T-Mobile celebrates 5G success with gin, ginger beer

T-Mobile is offering two branded beverages: the Ultra Capacity 5Gin and the Extended Range 5Ginger Beer to celebrate the largest, fastest, and most reliable 5G network in the US, which now services 300 million people...

Southwest Airlines names Robert Jordan as new CEO after Gary Kelly steps down

Southwest Airlines revealed on Wednesday, June 23, that it has appointed Robert Jordan as its new chief executive officer as Gary Kelly is stepping down from his post. It was said that he will be the new company head...

Subway's tuna sandwiches reportedly have no tuna fish DNA

Subway has been placed in a difficult situation after The New York Times released its lab test report on the sandwich chains Subway tuna product. It was said that the publication initiated the lab test due to the companys...

Walgreens giving away $25 to customers who will get COVID-19 vaccine in its pharmacies

Walgreens is doing its part to encourage people to get vaccinated. Early this week, the second-largest pharmacy chain in the United States announced that it will be giving $25 in the form of store credit to individuals who...

Louis Vuitton shifting its focus to department store business

Louis Vuitton is one of the most well-known luxury brands in the world, and it managed to maintain its high standing in the fashion business for decades. Even today, this French label is still sought-after by not just the...

Politics

Joe Biden announces vaccinations for young adults amidst concerns of delta variant

While millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccines have already been administered in the US, there is a growing concern about the new delta variant. As the Biden administration anticipates another possible surge of the...

Donald Trump revelation: New book claims ex-POTUS wished John Bolton would die from COVID-19

During Donald Trumps presidency, hundreds of thousands of Americans were killed by COVID-19 as infections rose in 2020. A new book claims that Trump had also openly wished his former National Security Adviser, John Bolton,...

Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump reportedly distancing themselves from ex-POTUS Donald Trump's 'election lies'

Former White House advisers Jared Kushner and his wife Ivanka Trump have mainly stayed quiet on social media and out of the public eye. CNNs Kate Bennett revealed that the couple may be attempting to distance themselves...

Joe Biden announces actions to combat violent crimes

Violent crimes have been on the rise since US President Joe Biden took office in January. This week, Biden announced the administrations strategy to combat the issue, targeting gun violence as experts have raised concerns...

Science

Cern: how we’re probing the universe’s origins using record precision measurements

What happened at the beginning of the universe, in the very first moments? The truth is, we dont really know because it takes huge amounts of energy and precision to recreate and understand the cosmos on such short...

S. Korea's nuclear research institute hacked by N. Korean agency: lawmaker

South Koreas Ministry of Science and ICT official is investigating a potential hack into a state-run Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute by a group suspected to be associated with a North Korean intelligence...

S. Korea to encourage private sector participation in miniature satellite project

South Korea will develop over 100 miniature satellites over the next decade to establish a national security monitoring system and testing next-generation network communications. The Ministry of Science and ICT expects...

S. Korea eyes carbon neutrality by commercializing carbon capture and utilization products by 2030

South Korea plans to go carbon neutral by commercializing 14 carbon capture and utilization products by 2030 and to invest over 100 billion won annually for the development of the technology beginning 2023. The progress...

Finland's Ant Brew offers beer created with goose poop

Finnish Brewery Ant Brew is offering the Wasted Potential Imperial Stout, produced by using goose feces to smoke malt. The microbrewerys home city, Lahti, which was named the European Green Capital 2021, wanted to...

Technology

Huawei P50 could launch with Snapdragon 888’s 4G variant

Reports about the launch of the supposed 4G-only variant of Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 is spreading. One might ask what company would need it at a time when almost every new smartphone launched is transitioning to 5G, and the...

Samsung Galaxy S22 is rumored to feature new camera modules

Samsung is rumored to introduce a new camera array in the Galaxy S22 series, specifically the base and plus models. Both devices are expected to ditch the familiar 12MP main module for something that will offer higher...

‘Battlefield 2042’ mystery mode will reportedly feature remastered maps

As gaming fans know, Battlefield 2042 still has a redacted game mode slated to be unveiled next month. Thanks to a recent leak, though, potential details about the gameplay feature have been revealed, indicating that it is...

‘Halo Infinite’ developers are ‘committed’ to its holiday 2021 launch

Fans found it absurd that the Xbox-Bethesda showcase at E3 earlier this month went by without giving an exact release date for Halo Infinite. However, Xbox head Phil Spencer recently reassured fans that the AAA game is...
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