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Meet Gaby Santiago

Spending my summer in Guatemala was a rich, eye-opening experience. The foreign environment allowed me to challenge myself in new ways I hadn’t thought possible before. Through the exposure of a culture established upon principles of selflessness and hard work I was able to mature beyond typical academic scopes and discover the true meaning of benevolence and acceptance of others living under different circumstances than myself.

- Gaby Santiago, College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Thought and Practice; CGH Scholar 2015

Meet Alena Pugacheva and Lauren Catlett

 

 

Interviewing indigenous Mayan women in their homes was not only fascinating but also eye opening in a lot of ways. We gained valuable insight into their culture, and their stories touched us so deeply we will always remember them.

- Alena Pugacheva: School of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Leader MSN candidate; CGH Scholar 2015 and Lauren Catlett, School of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Leader MSN candidate; CGH Scholar 2015

 

Meet Anna Long

 

 

Traveling to Uganda to partake in novel malaria research was an inspiring and immeasurably educational experience. In addition to learning critical epidemiological information on the disease, I expanded my global awareness, empathy, and interest in human health. I regularly reflect on this trip to contemplate how best I can use my skills and education to benefit our global community.

- Anna Long: College of Arts and Sciences, Global Development Studies; CGH Scholar 2015

Meet Ethan Jones

 

 

Being granted the opportunity to work collaboratively with our Ministry of Health partners, I was given the chance to apply the concepts of my Masters of Public Health graduate program to real, substantive research. With sincere gratitude for the support of the Center for Global Health, I know that our work will contribute to improving the treatment outcomes and overall health of pediatric asthmatic patients in St. Kitts and Nevis.

- Ethan Jones: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, MPH candidate; CGH Scholar 2015

Meet Lauren McKinley and Emily Rude

 

 

In Ethiopia, we were not only able to put our academic learning into practice, but we were able to contribute ...The staff members and children at the transition home taught us about their country and their passions, and they became true friends.

- Lauren McKinley and Emily Rude, Clinical Nurse Leader Masters Students, University of Virginia School of Nursing

Meet Alena Pugacheva and Lauren Catlett

"Interviewing indigenous Mayan women in their homes was not only fascinating but also eye opening in a lot of ways. We gained valuable insight into their culture, and their stories touched us so deeply we will always remember them."

--Alena Pugacheva, School of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Leader MSN candidate, CGH Scholar 2015 and Lauren Catlett, School of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Leader MSN candidate, CGH Scholar 2015

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