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.
MAR 19, 2010
Notes from the President: Comparisons (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine)
Introduction to the Spring 2010 issue of Trust magazine by Pew's President Rebecca Rimel.
Clean Counts (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine article)
A Pew study defines “clean energy job” precisely—and then tallies the jobs in that category. The conclusion: impressive growth, outpacing the increase in U.S. jobs overall.
Taking Charge (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine article)
When unexpected fees, penalties and unwanted enticements are factored in, credit cards can prove costly. Giving consumers some muscle against abusive charges—the goal of the Pew Safe Credit Cards Project—may prove priceless.
Risk and Reward: An Interview with the Pew Health Group's Shelley Hearne (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine article)
Shelley Hearne, managing director of the Pew Health Group, describes her program’s agenda.
The Tough Love of Fact-Based Data (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine article)
Pew, known for providing solid information and rigorous analysis, establishes the Philadelphia Research Initiative to inform discussions on crucial city concerns.
Lessons Learned: Lifting the Burden of Student Debt (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine article)
College debt can warp the career possibilities of new graduates. The Pew-supported Project on Student Debt helped the public understand the problem and also advanced common-sense, cost-effective policy solutions at the federal level to improve student loan programs.
Return on Investment (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine)
Some of Pew's recent accomplishments.
On the Record (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
Pew's experts speak on the issues.
Carol Greider and the Nobel Prize (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
Carol W. Greider, Ph.D., a 1990 Pew scholar in the biomedical sciences, received the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
Pew Fellow in the Arts Marc Brodzik (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
A few years ago Brodzik, a 2009 Pew fellow in the arts, had an idea for a Web-based show that would feature senior citizens reviewing cutting-edge music. The result is the viral phenomenon Breakfast at Sulimay’s.
Global Museum on Communism (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
The online Global Museum on Communism, a Pew-supported project, will help educate people about the history, philosophy and legacy of communism.
The Pew Research Center’s Millennials Series Begins (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
The Pew Research Center's year-long series of original reports explores the behaviors, values and opinions of today’s teens and twentysomethings— the so-called millennial generation.
Peterson-Pew Commission (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
The Peterson-Pew Commission on Budget Reform is a partnership of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget.
Love Letters from Steve Powers (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine perspective)
An art exhibition you can see from an elevated train—that is Love Letter, a series of murals along Market Street in West Philadelphia.
Letter: Journalism Becomes the Story (Spring 2010 Trust Magazine)
A reader's letter and a message from Trust's editor, Marshall Ledger.
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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