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      Congratulations @lowe_nichola! Learn more about the research she does that focuses on the institutional arrangements that lead to more inclusive forms of urban and regional economic development: @The_ACSP @unccollege @UNCResearch @UNC_GradSchool @mitpress

      Congratulations @lowe_nichola! Learn more about the research she does that focuses on the institutional arrangements that lead to more inclusive forms of urban and regional economic development: @The_ACSP @unccollege @UNCResearch @UNC_GradSchool @mitpress
      Nichola Lowe@lowe_nichola

      My book just arrived! An argument for reimagining skill in a way that can extend economic opportunity to workers at the bottom of the labor market. @mitpress

      Ai Ye, both a doctoral and master’s student at @unccollege, is also a @uncdss Global Grads scholar. Originally from China, she studies “quantitative methodological issues that commonly arise in psychological sciences.”

      Image for the Tweet beginning: Ai Ye, both a doctoral
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