Weiner wanted to develop a new model — one that simultaneously improved the quality of coffee and the lives of the families who produce it.
Lora Iannotti, Brown School assistant professor, continued her work in Haiti on undernutrition in children even after a catastrophic earthquake.
Partnership with National University of Singapore will address aging populations and rising inequality.
“While we all pay attention to great student athletes during ‘March Madness,’ our CGI University Commitments Challenge celebrates great student ideas to address some of the world’s most pressing issues,” said President Clinton.
Camille Lynn Wright, a fashion major in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, traveled to Senegal.
Jean Allman, professor of history and director of the Center for the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis, has been studying the surprising networks that formed around Nkrumah, and in her research, she’s discovered documents never meant for her eyes.
This summer, the WUGI travelled to Roosevelt Hospital in Guatemala City to perform some much needed repairs on medical equipment at the hospital.
A group of eight MBA students worked on a practicum project through Olin’s Center for Experiential Learning.
Ms. Jing Xu is featured in an article in the New Republic, available in their April 21, 2014 issue. How Bad is China’s Moral Crisis? is based on an interview discussing Xu’s work, “Becoming a Moral Child amidst China’s Moral Crisis: Preschool Discourse and Practices of Sharing in Shanghai”. The original abstract can be found here, […]
“This is one of the first systematic applications of archaeobotany in the region, making the potential for further future discovery very exciting,” Spengler said.