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Jacob Camp
Attended University of Nevada, Reno
Lives in Washington, D.C. Area
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Outstanding Senior of theYear Award for the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno; Beta Gamma Sigma; Golden Key International Honor Society; Speaks German
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  • University of Nevada, Reno
    International Business and Management Majors; German Minor, 2006 - 2011
  • Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
    German and the European Union
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Tesla confirms it is looking at Nevada for giant battery factory
blogs.rgj.com

Tesla Motors confirmed today it is looking at Nevada as a site for a $5 billion lithium ion battery factory. The Reno Gazette-Journal first

Mutti Knows Best: Merkel Delivers What Germans Want - SPIEGEL ONLINE
www.spiegel.de

Chancellor Merkel has run a bland re-election campaign. But that is exactly what voters were looking for. There are many reasons why she wil

Manning the Next Unmanned Air Force: Developing RPA Pilots of the Future
www.brookings.edu

Drones have proven instrumental during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, providing more strategic level effects than any other weapon system

The Predator Comes Home: A Primer on Domestic Drones, their Huge Busines...
www.brookings.edu

The issues of domestic “drones” all seem futuristic but they raise fundamental policy questions for today. Peter W. Singer writes that robot

How to 'take over' a brain
www.cnn.com

Imagine being able to turn the neurons in an animal's brain on and off from the outside, says Leonard Mlodinow.

B.S. in Human Services Administration Human Factors in Aviation Concentr...
www.nova.edu

The Human Factors in Aviation Concentration within the Bachelor of Science in Human Services Administration program is designed to provide s

Unmanned at Any Speed: Bringing Drones into Our National Airspace
www.brookings.edu

Wells C. Bennett writes about the new Federal Aviation Administration Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 and how this bold declaration wil

Capital Markets and the Fiscal Cliff: A Conversation with NASDAQ OMX CEO...
www.brookings.edu

On November 19, Economic Studies at Brookings hosted NASDAQ OMX CEO Robert Greifeld to discuss why he believes the capital markets need a so

The big engine that couldn’t
www.economist.com

PUBLIC companies have been the locomotives of capitalism since they were invented in the mid-19th century. They have in

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www.economist.com

IT IS the online equivalent of the land-grabs of 19th-century America.

Intercultural Conflicts Between Germans and Americans | Explore
www.jacobcamp.com

Intercultural communication is not an easy feat, and is sometimes more complicated when two cultures share certain similarities. German and

Private Space Travel to Make Giant Leaps in 2013
www.space.com

Private spacecraft from SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and others are poised for major test in 2013.

To Boost Creative Thinking, Ask This Question
www.linkedin.com

Recently I posted one design thinking tip from Change By Design: Once a Day, Deeply Observe the Ordinary. Here's another:Don't Ask "What?" A

Cut to Invest to Restore Growth
www.brookings.edu

As the fiscal cliff approaches and with the economy still weak, Bruce Katz and Mark Muro explore solutions that would reduce the federal def

Neuroscience research gets big boost – almost $10 million 12/3/12: Nevad...
www.unr.edu

The University has been awarded a highly competitive program grant to establish a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) in integr

Graphene shows its colours
www.economist.com

GRAPHENE, a form of carbon that comes in sheets a single atom thick, has gained a reputation as a wonder material.

Creating an Export-Import Bank for the 21st Century | Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Earlier this week, after a lengthy period of uncertainty, the Senate passed the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) of th

Afghan National Security Forces: A Glass 55% Full | Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Editor's Note: In his June 29, 2012 testimony before the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Michael O'Hanlon

Be Quick, Be Useable, Be On Time: Lessons in Agile Delivery of Defense A...
www.brookings.edu

When faced with urgent national security needs, the Department of Defense (DoD) has historically bypassed conventional processes and allowed

Nasa and FAA agree to formulate standards for commercial space travel (W...
www.wired.co.uk

Nasa and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have signed an agreement to coordinate standards for commercial space travel for both gov

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