Author: Guest Bloggers

Good, Better, and Breast: Cool Breast Cancer Arts Initiatives

By: Chris Miller Major: Psychology,  Minor: Global Health WCAS, 2012 Whenever I do online research for a project or report, I get distracted – easily.  It’s not uncommon for me to find myself having wasted huge chunks of time on Google Trends.  Trends, one of about a thousand (last time I checked) features/services offered by

Research Update from Global Health Student Sarah Cohick on the Ugandan Hydrocephalus Project

By Student Guest Blogger: Sarah Cohick Biomedical Engineering McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science 2012 Research Topic: Ugandan Hydrocephalus Project Research Location: Mbale, Uganda Research Update: I am in Mbale, Uganda with a fellow Northwestern student, Emily Laning, working at a pediatric neurosurgery hospital. Most of the patients are infants with hydrocephalus or spina

Public Health and the Linguistic Barrier for the Spanish-Speaking Population in the United States

By Student Guest Blogger: David Leander Class of 2010, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences Materials Science, Economics, and Spanish; Global Health Studies and Classical Studies During my 45-minute drive from Evanston to the Plaza Family Medical Clinic in Pilsen, I became aware of the change of scenery that materialized seamlessly–realizing the familiar microcosm that morphed

Social Entrepreneurship in Global Health: When Business and Humanitarianism Mix

Authored by: Student Guest Bloggers Jennifer Long and Rachel Park We were generously funded by the Office of International Program Development at Northwestern to attend Unite for Sight’s annual Global Health conference on April 17-18, 2010 at Yale University, where we were exposed to a variety of viewpoints and business propositions in the realm of