Triangle Business Journal recognizes RTI International’s Julia Brandon with 2019 Women in Business Award
Triangle Business Journal has recognized Julia Brandon, RTI International’s director of Organizational Development and Learning (ODL), as a 2019 Women in Business Awards winner. TBJ’s Women in...
RTI’s Top International Development Executive Testifies Before U.S. House of Representatives on National Security Impact of Climate Change
Paul Weisenfeld, executive vice president for international development at RTI International, testified today before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs at a hearing examining how climate change threatens U.S. national security.
RTI International Leads the Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network to Develop New Action Plan for Managing Opioid Treatment
Health care experts led by RTI International and its partners have developed an action plan for patient-centered clinical decision support to improve the management of opioid treatment.
The multi-year, $75 million effort includes elements focused on STEM enrichment programs for students and educators, STEM workforce engagement, program evaluation and public outreach (www.dodstem.us).
As an Arnold Ventures grantee, RTI International will join the National Partnership for Pretrial Justice, a group of more than 30 research, technical assistance, policy and advocacy organizations that will work to advance pretrial justice nationally.
RTI International and Ogilvy have teamed up to increase the impact of campaign titled The Crisis Next Door
RTI and Radiant Solutions Launch STPredict for Hydropower Producers and Energy Traders in the Pacific Northwest
New product provides daily, accurate depiction of changes on the NWRFC STP before it’s publicly released
New Report Shows First Look at Postsecondary Retention and Attainment Rates of 2011-12 Student Cohort
A new report updates the retention and graduation rates of a nationally representative cohort of first-time beginning students.
New Study Shows Existing Research Hampers Violence Risk Screening, Assessment and Management Efforts of Adults with Mental Illnesses
A new study quantifies flawed results in much of the existing research on violence perpetrated by adults with mental illness.