Trust features articles on Pew’s research, advocacy and other activities that seek to harness the power of knowledge to address some of society’s most pressing challenges. It also includes columns highlighting evaluations of Pew’s work, listings of recent accomplishments, and a commentary by President and CEO Rebecca Rimel. The magazine, launched in 1998, is written by professional journalists and Pew staff members and is published twice a year.
FEB 1, 2004
Notes from the President: Excellence (Winter 2004 Trust Magazine article)
Experience has taught us at the Trusts that, by supporting innovative thinking and risk-taking, our talented partners will set—and achieve—goals that yesterday scarcely seemed possible.
The Sages and the Spirit (Winter 2004 Trust Magazine article)
Religion has not, as secularists predicted, disappeared from human activity--it is stronger than ever. A number of universities are explaining why.
Audacious (Winter 2004 Trust Magazine article)
Basic-scientist Rod MacKinnon wanted to visualize ion channels. Impossible, some said. Nice work, said the Nobel Committee.
In Search of (Business Plan) Excellence (Winter 2004 Trust Magazine article)
Nonprofits are experimenting with business tools and concepts for profits. They can do it. A new initiative, providing a competition and consultants, can help.
Evaluation: Environmental Progress in the Electric Sector (Winter 2004 Trust Magazine article)
Toward a cleaner electric sector.
Trust recently covered the Pew Environment Group’s efforts to protect the Canadian boreal forest, the Pew Research Center’s study of the millennial generation, the Pew Center on the States’ work on the fiscal challenges facing the states, an evaluation of Pew’s efforts to improve foster care and how Pew aided credit card reform.
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