MSc-GH student Tatenda Yameke and his summer fieldwork experience were featured in a recent NPR Goats & Soda story. Tatenda worked in a medical clinic in Cape Town, South Africa, developing mental health counseling programs for abused and traumatized HIV-positive women. Read more about his experience!
Help us select the People's Choice award winner in the DGHI 2015 Fieldwork Photo Contest! Check out our 80+ submissions and "Like" your favorite photos to cast your vote. We'd love to see comments as well. Please share this post to help us spread the word!
Read an article recently published by DGHI faculty member Dr. Eric Finkelstein about end-of-life care. The article tells of how he studied the amount older adults would be willing to pay for different aspects of end-of-life care. Read here: http://www.sciencenewsline.com/news/2015100715180007.html
Duke Students: The 2015-2016 Big Ideas at Berkeley contest is officially open! Duke University students can win up to $15,000 in awards and are eligible for 4 different categories this year (Financial Inclusion, Food Systems, Global Health, and Mobiles for Reading). Big Ideas challenges graduate and undergraduate students to develop solutions to real-world challenges! For more information on contest rules and eligibility, check out bigideas.berkeley.edu.