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Recently, my Washington Post colleague Michael Gerson wrote a column urging conservatives to reject libertarianism. As a libertarian, I do agree with him on one point—the two are fundamentally opposing ideologies.
Dr. Wayne Holden, president and CEO of RTI International and 1979 graduate of USC Upstate, is the featured speaker for the Wells Fargo Lecture Series.
A study by Altarum Institute and RTI International has found that well-designed nutrition education programs can lead low-income families who participate in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to make healthier food choices
This commentary is a follow-up to the CSIS Chevron Forum on Global Youth Workforce Development on January 15th, which the authors participated in.
The University Wayne Holden of South Carolina Upstate welcomes Dr. Wayne Holden ‘79, president and chief executive officer of RTI International, to the George Dean Johnson, Jr., College of Business and Economics on Friday, Jan.
RTI International has named a new two new top editors for RTI Press, the publications outlet that communicates discoveries, innovations and research findings from the research institute.
Craig Hill, vice president of survey research at RTI International, is creating a big data SWAT team.
North Carolina State University will lead a group of six universities and 18 private-sector companies in a new manufacturing innovation institute that President Barack Obama announced during his Wednesday visit to the Triangle.
If you have "analytical instincts" beyond just programming skills, RTI International just may have a spot for you as the international research firm gears up for expanded efforts to capitalize on "big data."