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  • Empowering Conservation through Language: My Journey to Ecuador
    In my passion for both education and conservation, I embarked on a significant journey to Ecuador. Thanks to the generous support of Jordan Karubian, Liat Perlin, and the Taylor Center, I had the opportunity to contribute to a unique initiative at the Foundation for the Conservation of the Tropical Andes (FCAT), focusing on bridging language […]
  • Caracas Canteen is Revolutionizing Wellness – SMART Water Bottles Redefining Hydration Habits
    Maria Patrizia Santos, a PhD student in epidemiology at Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and Dr. Kamiya Stewart, a graduate of Tulane’s School of Science and Engineering, have received the Alvarez Spark Award. Their mission is to tackle ongoing hydration disparities, especially among women, BIPOC, and low-income communities, by merging technology with […]
  • The First Impression: Rebranding RoboRecovery
    Alvarez Spark Innovation Award Winner William Bai collaborated with New Orleans graphic design firm 2nd Story Creative to create a new logo, website, and informational video for RoboRecovery, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that he runs. William is a senior majoring in Cell and Molecular Biology, with minors in Philosophy and SLAM.   When I founded […]
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