Melody B. Burkins

Facts are Facts: Marching for Science

On Saturday, April 22, Dickey Center Associate Director for Programs and Research Melody Brown Burkins, PhD, spoke to a crowd of thousands at the New Hampshire statehouse in Concord about the connection between facts and government policy. 

“We’re standing up not only for science but good government,” said Burkins, speaking at the March for Science, a worldwide movement to demonstrate support for science and its importance to society. Burkins is also an Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies at Dartmouth.

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Melody B. Burkins to Advise Merger of Leading Science Organizations

Dickey Center Associate Director and Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies, Melody B. Burkins ADV98, to Advise Merger of World’s Leading Science Organizations.

A plan to merge two of the world’s leading international scientific organizations – the International Council of Science (ICSU) and International Social Science Council (ISSC) – in order to better address pressing global challenges will be advised by Melody Brown Burkins (PhD’98), Associate Director for Programs and Research of The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding and Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies (ENVS).

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