Ellen Chiang received special recognition for her honors thesis . Her thesis, ’Those who love, vaccinate’: An Anthropological Perspective on HPV Vaccination in Brazil” was a part of the work done by the Global Health Institute multidisciplinary team supervised by Dr. Dabney Evans in summer 2014.
Lara Martin was the recipient of the 2015 Humanitarian Award for her work with the Center for Humanitarian Emergencies. The award honors students who students who have qualities of honesty, integrity, courage and responsibility which are fundamental to effective leadership.
Dr. Dabney Evans was featured on National Public Radio today on a piece related to the Nepali Earthquake response.
Dr. Dabney Evans presented at the World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine in Cape Town, South Africa. Her presentatioan focused on the capacity building efforts of the Center for Humanitarian Emergencies.
On March 24 Dabney Evans will speak at the GlobeMed Global Health banquet on the topic of access to healthcare. The event is a fundraiser to benefit the MAP Foundationl More information about the event and tickets can be found here.
Dr. Dabney Evans received the Crystal Apple award for Excellence in Professional School Teaching. Dr. Evans was selected from over 400 nominations to receive this award. The Crystal Apple is the only university level teaching award at Emory given to teachers by students.
Dabney Evans’ Coursera course on Ebola was recently named by the Emory Provost as “where courageous inquiry leads.” Read the full article here
Drs. Dabney Evans and Carlos del Rio will co-teach a Coursera course on Ebola starting March 31. Register here
Three students said that GHCS300R was the “best class they had ever taken at Emory.” Read more about what we did In Class (Emory Magazine – Winter 2015)