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Olivia Noble provides research and administrative support for the Insurance Law Center and the Center for Community Safety, Policing, and Inequality. Noble received a bachelor’s degree from Yale University, where her undergraduate thesis on Holocaust memorialization was awarded the Wrexham Prize for the best senior essay in the field of the Humanities. While in college, she spent two years as the Paintings Conservation Assistant at the Yale Center for British Art. After graduation, she taught English at a secondary school in the Czech Republic on a Fulbright Grant. Before coming to the University of Connecticut, she worked as a researcher for Dr. Temma Kaplan’s forthcoming book about grassroots activists and water rights and as an assistant for science and technology writer David Pogue on his 2021 book “How to Prepare for Climate Change.” Noble was also a copyeditor for COVIDCalls, an interdisciplinary interview podcast examining the pandemic through the lens of disaster research studies.