Dave Robinson Scholarship: Tales from the Road

by Jordyn Buzza

Principal
March 27, 2019

Dave Robinson Scholarship: Tales from the Road

In early February, I made the transition from H+K Washington to H+K London for a three month work placement as part of the Dave Robinson Scholarship. The program itself is designed to let individuals gain experience in a new market, and also consider working in a new sector or pursue a passion. I’m doing all … Read more

The Social (News) Network

I had to read the sentence twice to make sure I understood it correctly. Gen Xers are the most likely to get their news from websites and apps, millennials are most likely to get it from social networking sites, and baby boomers are most likely to get it from local TV. “This can’t be right,” … Read more

#BalanceforBetter – Highlights from International Women’s Day 2019

Many considered 2018 to be the year of women. With an unprecedented amount of support and activism, it was time to create change. On the heels of this worldwide movement, women’s rights are at the forefront of a much-needed global conversation and one that I feel particularly passionate about. This year, International Women’s Day (IWD) … Read more

Future of Urban Mobility on Display at SXSW

South by Southwest used to be just a little festival in Austin, Texas where music industry types would trek every March to sign the next big thing – as well as to get some sun, tacos, and barbecue. But SXSW – pronounced “South-by” by locals and attendees – has evolved into the modern equivalent of the World’s Fair where people come to discover … Read more

Future of Urban Mobility on Display at SXSW

South by Southwest used to be just a little festival in Austin, Texas where music industry types would trek every March to sign the next big thing – as well as to get some sun, tacos, and barbecue. But SXSW – pronounced “South-by” by locals and attendees – has evolved into the modern equivalent of the World’s Fair where people come to discover … Read more

Hacking Away at the Ocean Plastic Crisis

The plastic crisis has captured the world’s attention. Since David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II, public consciousness has become consumed with plastics. This increased attention has inspired global action including intergovernmental plastic pacts, plastic bag taxes, banning drinking straws, plastic-free supermarket isles – and even new ketchup packets made from edible seaweed membranes[1]. It is a … Read more