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New Contest Encourages 'Visualizing My Earth'

Alexandria, VA - The American Geosciences Institute (AGI) and the Center for Geoscience and Society are pleased to extend the celebration of Earth Science Week 2015 with the announcement of a new contest. The Visualizing My Earth Challenge invites full-time secondary and postsecondary students (ages 14 and older) to submit visual representations of natural phenomena from a geoscience...

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Government competitions that are changing lives and educating the public

Competitions, challenges and contests can be used in so many positive ways.  As a matter of fact, we outlined a few of them in our white paper "8 Ways a Challenge Can Boost Your Business."

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Skild Powered 2015 Million HeartsĀ® Hypertension Control Challenge is Now Open

Heart disease and stroke are the first and fourth leading causes of death in the United States. Heart disease is responsible for 1 of every 4 deaths in the country.

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Skild's CEO, Anil Rathi, Posts as a Guest Contributor on Inc.

Anil Rathi, CEO and Founder of Skild, has been asked to contribute guest posts for Inc. 

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What Civic Innovation Contests Teach Tech Companies

Skild is in the news again this week.  This time, we're featured in InformationWeek.

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How to Fix Google's Gender Gap in 3 Weeks

In my last post, I told you all about our hiring experiment.  We connected this idea with the recent news that Google and other well known Silicon Valley organizations are lacking diversity when it comes to associates in higher level positions.  Anil Rathi, Skild's Founder and CEO penned the article, "How to Fix Google's Gender Gap in 3 Weeks."

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Skild Founder, Anil Rathi, is one of seven honored in "Forward under 40 Awards"

Each year, the University of Wisconsin - Madison Alumni Association recognizes graduates who embody the "Wisconsin Ideal" by positively impacting society.  We're proud to announce that Skild Founder and CEO, Anil Rathi, was chosen as one of seven leaders to receive this prestigious honor.

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