Grant money will fund study of social networks and family planning in Ethiopia.
Peter Benson’s research explores how tobacco corporations have adopted social responsibility platforms to improve their public image and shift liability for smoking-related health risks on to parents, families and communities. To smoke or not, they argue, should be a choice left to informed adults.
Saint Louis-based organization, Microfinancing Partners in Africa, provides grants and direct funding to expand microfinancing in Africa and empower those living in extreme poverty.
Washington University’s Joaquin Barnoya is at the forefront of researching the epidemic of chronic kidney disease in Central America.
RUTF is an energy-dense, peanut butter like paste, but it is more than just peanut butter.
Mallinckrodt Corporate Fellow
McKelvey School of Engineering
Partner University: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Lora Iannotti, Brown School assistant professor, continued her work in Haiti on undernutrition in children even after a catastrophic earthquake.
David Clifford, MD is the Global Health Scholars Country Coordinator for Ethiopia.
This summer, the WUGI travelled to Roosevelt Hospital in Guatemala City to perform some much needed repairs on medical equipment at the hospital.
The McDonnell Academy International Leadership Institute (MAILI) is a five-week, academic experience for students from Washington University in St. Louis and the academy’s international partner institutions. The curriculum takes an innovative, comprehensive and unconventional approach to the concept of leadership, borrowing from disciplines such as Behavioral Psychology, Neuroscience, Organizational Behavior and even English Literature. The […]