Tag Archives: undergraduates

The title of this post is “Insert good title here” – no, really

So this is it, my last day interning at the Institute for Global Health & Infectious Diseases.  My official goodbye to the undergraduate experience.  An experience that has taken me in all kinds of different directions which in one way … Read More

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Goodbye Tanzania; Hello Austin, Texas!

[This is the third in a series of posts by UNC undergraduate Steven Norton (’12), who is working on a film project about clean water in Tanzania with other UNC students] We spent our last few days in Tanzania tying … Read More

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Global health at its core is human health

[Saumya Ayyagari] In the village that I stayed in while working in Uganda, I observed that people are not afraid to honestly express raw emotion. They love openly, cry openly. This atmosphere was completely different from anything I’d ever experienced, … Read More

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Ethics and global health research

Our colleague over at the Global Bioethics blog has an interesting post about a recent research ethics scandal in Malawi.  While the details of the legal case are still pending, the incident serves as a reminder that those of us … Read More

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