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DINNER AND FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Food for thought:  What must it be like to live in a “food desert”?  The term refers to an area, like many parts of US inner cities, where residents are unable to access affordable, nutritious food. The social costs of this situation are enormous and novel ideas

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ADLAA “Night at the Pops”

The ADL Alumni Association has reserved 92 tickets for the Tuesday, June 6, Boston Pops concert at Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. Keith Lockhart will conduct the orchestra, and Leslie Odom, Jr., will perform as guest vocalist. Odom was in the original cast of the Broadway

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Recollections of ADL James Maurice “Jumpin’ Jim” Gavin (1907-1990)

See the Summer 2016 newsletter for the story of “Jumpin’ Jim” Gavin in the members only area of this website. Many books have been written about Jim Gavin. The ADLAA newsletter stories are provided in installments—the first dealing with his childhood through World War II, and the

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Searching for Intelligent Life–April 20 Event

Finding THEM: What’s new in SETI…in a talk by Dr. Paul Horowitz, emeritus Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering at Harvard. Where is there intelligent life? At times like these, some of what we hear may tempt us to wonder about it even on our home planet!

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ADLAA November Meeting: Will Climate Change Mean More Hurricanes?

Professor Emanuel’s Abstract of His Presentation In this talk, I will provide a broad overview of climate science, including the history of the science itself, and what we have learned about the Earth’s climate system through analysis of paleoclimate data, the instrumental record, and, most importantly, the

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ADLAA MEMBER VOLUNTEERS

Over the years, ADL employees have often volunteered their time and personal efforts to various educational, cultural, health related, community service, environmental and other not-for-profit organizations. Many ADLAA members are interested in finding additional opportunities to participate in such volunteer activities and would like to learn more

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Bob Shatten

Recollections of Bob Shatten This article is part of our continuing feature: Remembering ADL—Stories from Arthur D. Little Alumni.  We want to capture our stories before they are lost forever!  This recollection is from Bob Shatten as told to Kathy Thrun. Bob Shatten was a Senior Consultant

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Ladd Greeno

Recollections of Ladd Greeno This article is part of our continuing feature: Remembering ADL—Stories from Arthur D. Little Alumni.  We want to capture our stories before they are lost forever!  These recollections are from Ladd Greeno as told to Kathy Thrun. Ladd Greeno has many fond memories

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Ashok Boghani

Recollections of Ashok Boghani In 1979, Dr. Ashok Boghani joined the Transportation Group as an engineer, eager to work with Dr. Ranganath Nayak.  Over his 21 years at ADL, he worked on 623 projects and proposals, leaving ADL as a Vice President in 2000.  Ashok provided a

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Derek Till

Recollections of Derek Till Derek E. Till started at Arthur D. Little, Inc. in 1951 as a bench chemist in the basement of 30 Memorial Drive.  He retired 34 years later, in 1985, as Vice President in charge of the Product Development Laboratories.  Dr. Till is a

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