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Taylor Kubota

Taylor Kubota has always loved learning. She studied biological anthropology and health care/social issues at the University of California, San Diego, which allowed her to take classes in ten different departments. While an undergraduate, she also worked seven jobs, ranging from work in student affairs to a museum volunteer position. In the hopes of continuing (and sharing) her life of diverse learning, she is honored to be a part of SHERP’s 30th class. Follow her on Twitter or visit her website.

May 5, 2013

Helping you get healthier without you even realizing it

January 26, 2013

A controversial study gets a closer look

January 23, 2013

Some simple tips to help you butt out for good

September 17, 2012

The Montreal Protocol hits 25

July 30, 2012

How high-occupancy toll lanes may mark the end of toll-free driving

June 25, 2012

The man behind the Greenmarket ostrich stand

June 15, 2012

Using salt and vinegar chips to explain addiction

May 4, 2012

One twenty-something’s rant about snack packs

April 1, 2012

A Q&A with New York Botanical Garden’s James S. Miller

March 5, 2012

A conversation with NYU professor Jan Plass

February 22, 2012

Is politicians’ least favorite meal school children’s most important?

January 31, 2012

How much do you really know about America’s favorite method of contraception?

December 12, 2011

A debate about how parents should disclose their cosmetic surgery to their children

November 22, 2011

An interview with Annette Prince, director of the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors

November 16, 2011

How unhygienic habits are exposing students to infection

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