Tim Stanton is a visiting professor from Stanford University who will be teaching 390: Community-Based Partnership Research in International Development this coming spring quarter. Professor Stanton worked at Stanford for 30 years building community engagement and service learning into the university curriculum at the local, national, and international level. He helped found and directed Stanford’s Haas Center
Category: Global Health Studies
Dr. Sonja Boone, the chief medical officer of Alegis Care, spoke to more than 20 students about cultural competency and health disparities in the United States in Annenberg Monday, February 8th, as part of Professor Michael Diamond’s “Managing Global Health Challenges” course. Boone opened the lecture by breaking down the factors that influence doctor-patient relations,
At the Buffet Institute on Thursday night, students of all disciplines came together to discuss issues of cultural competency in international aid and research. The roundtable discussion— organized by Engineering World Health, Engineers Without Borders, and Global Brigades—provided the opportunity for both undergraduate students and professors to share their experiences and opinions on the matter.
We live in a dangerous world, according to Jeffrey D. Sachs, with “horrific” terrorism attacks such as those in Paris and Beirut challenging our trust in humanity. However, it is in these moments when the world must come together in solidarity and peace, as 150 world leaders are converging in Paris for the next two
Grace Galloway, WCAS ’13 Major: Psychology Minors: Global Health, English Grace Galloway has always known that she wanted to work internationally, to join the fight to make the world a better and more equal place. However, she said it wasn’t until she studied abroad through the International Program Development office’s Public Health in Uganda program