Category Archives: Research & Internships

Global Health and Innovation Conference: Cutting Edge Solutions to the World’s Most Pressing Health Problems

By Sahiti Marella, junior in the Honors College The Global Health and Innovation Conference held annually at Yale University is the world’s largest global health conference, hosting more than 2,000 attendees from more than 55 countries. This conference is made … Continue reading

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The Array of Opportunities with a Business Degree

By: Rachel Eker, junior in the Honors College I always knew I was going to be a business major. Both my parents were business majors and like any other kid, I wanted to be just like my parents. As I … Continue reading

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Examining Public Health Policies and Outcomes

By Brice Bowrey, freshman EC Scholar Since 1995, the first full week of April has officially been National Public Health Week. This week is intended to be a time where the public health community can come together to celebrate advancements … Continue reading

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Fact from Fiction: Deciphering Comparative History

By Garrett Yarbrough, EC Scholar sophomore The last orange rays of the setting sun flashed intermittently between the library bookshelves as I weaved briskly between them. I glanced fervently between the jagged paper with a haphazardly scrawled call number and … Continue reading

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A Semester of Revelations: Experiencing Dutch Healthcare

By: Ankita Mishra, Honors College sophomore  The October of my freshman year, I began planning my study abroad experience. I researched the best options: the programs that would bring me the most credits, and a country that would best suit … Continue reading

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