Public Health

María Esparza Rodríguez, PhD Candidate (Spanish, Italian & Portuguese)

Spring 2022 FGRU Recipient

Amanda Nguyen (Education and Human Development)

Fall 2022 CG Grant Recipient

Sylvia Tidey (Anthropology, Global Studies)

Schaeffer Somers, Lecturer in Architecture and Public Health Sciences, is directing a Faculty-Student Global Research project with 4thyear students,Harsheen Kaur

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Claire Constance (Public Health Sciences) I will be working with the International Organization of Migration (IOM) in Genev

Fall 2022 CG Grant Recipient

Michaela Dubay (School of Education and Human Development)

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Anna Eisenstein (Anthropology) Across sub-Saharan Africa, heart failure has become one of the most prevalent forms of chronic

Fall 2020 GPOD Grant Recipient

Sheetal Sekhri (Economics), Amalia Miller (Economics), Sarah Ratcliffe (Medicine), and David Evans (Engineering)

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Students

Christopher Maternowski (History) This dissertation traces the genesis and evolution of the idea that the Tristan da Cunha i

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Seok Hyun Gwon(Nursing) My dissertation investigates associations between geographic distribution (density and proxi

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Giancarlo Rolando(Anthropology) This research project will contribute to a better understanding of political identity and b

Fall 2022 GGR Recipient

Theodore Teichman (Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture)

Quantitative household survey data will be triangulated with new anthropological qualitative research in a mixed-methods study of poverty/wealth, health, and traditional healers.Jeanine Bra

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Anna Eisenstein (Anthropology) My PhD research investigates the construction of trust as a way of understanding how people in

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Holly Runde (French) My dissertation focuses on an empathetic reading of narratives about abortion by French women writers

Christopher Moore, Associate Professor (Medicine, Infectious Diseases and International Health)