Author: Rian Ervin

Global health: A political evolution

Global health is a common buzzword among grassroots organizations, independent foundations and news outlets, but what exactly led to the popularity and creation of this term? Guest lecturer Richard G. Parker spoke about his most recent work, a study of the political history of HIV, AIDS and sexual matters and the invention of global health

Professor Kristen Renwick Monroe discusses the roles of ethics, identity and self-image in the context of genocide

During times of disorder and conflict, what causes a person to take action for what they believe in, regardless of known dangers, rather than simply standing by? Kristen Renwick Monroe’s book, “Ethics in an Age of Terror and Genocide: Identity and Moral Choice,” explores these questions through analysis of the psychological mentality of people during