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Ripple Effect Wins Evaluation Services Contract with NIAID

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On August 9, 2019
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Ripple Effect’s Research & Evaluation Team Will Continue to Deliver Process and Program Evaluation Support that Advances NIAID’s Mission     ROCKVILLE, MD; August 9, 2019 – Ripple Effect has been selected to provide evaluation services to the Strategic Planning and Evaluation Branch (SPEB) of the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) National Institute of Allergy…
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Community Month

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On August 1, 2019
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  Welcome!   To continue the spirit of Lifelong Learning Month, Ripple Effect will celebrate and showcase another one of our company values throughout August: Community. All month long, we’ll share how Ripplers not only connect with each other to reinforce our work culture, but also how we extend those experiences to participate in and…
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Asher Beckwitt: “You Are Where You’re Supposed to Be”

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On July 31, 2019
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How Confidence, Curiosity, and Swimming Motivate this Qualitative Researcher Story: Langston Payne and Alex Haederle | Photography and Production: Melissa Blum     She’s consulted on over 5,000 research projects in her career, from health to medicine to education. She has multiple degrees, a family, and an insatiable interest in why we do what we…
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Ripple Roundtable: Lifelong Learning

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On July 19, 2019
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  Ripplers are constantly learning, training, and jumping into new opportunities to improve, both professionally and personally. As part of Lifelong Learning Month, we recently hosted a Roundtable to learn more about some of our brightest learners from all across our company build skills, work smarter, and perform better. Whether you’re a scientist, designer, communicator,…
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Lifelong Learning Month

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On June 26, 2019
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  Welcome! We’re proud of our people here. Ripplers are constantly learning, training, and jumping into new opportunities to improve, both professionally and personally. It’s with that spirit of curiosity and growth that we welcome you to Lifelong Learning Month! Throughout July, we’ll celebrate this essential value of our company by featuring stories and perspectives…
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Ripple Effect Selected as Woman Contractor of the Year by 2019 American Express Business Excellence Awards

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On June 7, 2019
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The Honor Recognizes a Female Business Owner who has shown comprehensive excellence in strategically securing government contracts for business advancement while leveraging WOSB (Women-Owned Small Business) Certification. June 7, 2019, Rockville, MD – Ripple Effect was honored as Woman Contractor of the Year by the 2019 American Express Business Excellence Awards. Winners will be recognized…
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Crucial Conversations: How and When to Have Them

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On May 22, 2019
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Written by: Amy Hein, Director of Scientific Workforce     Over 10 years ago, I had an opportunity to attend a training on the book Crucial Conversations. I found the content completely changed my approach to handling difficult conversations, and, more broadly, to problem solving within teams.   What are Crucial Conversations? A crucial conversation, simply…
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Ishita Das: “Be Your Own Best Advocate”

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On May 8, 2019
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How a Science Policy Project Manager Succeeded by Adapting Story: Alex Haederle | Photography: Melissa Blum | Production: Langston Payne     You’ve probably seen her on Ripple Effect’s Facebook or LinkedIn pages, attending NIH events, speaking with graduate students, or dominating trivia. That’s no accident—Ishita Das is everywhere. A bright Cell Biology PhD who…
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It Takes a Community: Hacking a Healthier Maryland

  • Posted by Ripple Effect
  • On April 18, 2019
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By Langston Payne   Friday, April 5, 2019. Baltimore, MD.   8:55 a.m. Is this it? This building looks like a big, glorified storage unit, I note to myself, gathering my backpack as I lock up my car in the parking lot. It’s gloomy outside, and the bland, slate-blue building siding seems to match the…
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