Caroline Quinby Rush,
An insatiable desire to
get to the heart of the
matter drives Learning for Living® researcher Caroline Quinby
Caroline's nose for facts (and where to unearth them) is grounded in
inquisitive nature to discover everything she can about a subject.
With a B.A. in African
and Middle Eastern
studies and a M.A. in International Affairs, Caroline has worked for
education, government, and non-profit organizations, including the University of Colorado Foundation and the U.S.
for International Development. Her background in project design,
evaluation, and outreach is an invaluable asset for the continued
Learning for Living®'s research department, informational databases, and
knowledge library. Caroline is frequently found preparing support data
brief reports, analyzing in depth issues, and assisting in all aspects
Learning for Living®’s research which focuses on university students’
and concerns, national issues in higher education, Life Skills
theoretical foundations and best practices for its curricula and
Caroline's work for
Learning for Living® has a
personal connection for her as well. As
a freshman in college, her oldest son, Aidan, is embarking on many of
personal and academic challenges Learning for Living® addresses.
is excited about the opportunity to help college students while
research activities she loves.
resident since 1992, Caroline lives in Boulder
with her husband Randy and their two teenage sons, Aidan, 17, and Evan,
14. While not pouring through volumes of information at the
online, Caroline likes to hike the trails around Boulder with her golden retriever,
ski at Steamboat,
and travel with her family.
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