Fighting Disease, One Experiment at a Time
Meredith Morris, an Assistant Professor in Genetics and Biochemistry, and her students are working hard to eliminate African Trypanosomiasis, one of Africa’s longest surviving parasites, through a service-learning course. Students in the spring 2016 CU INVEStors Creative Inquiry course were able to put knowledge learned in the classroom into real-life experience while working with teenagers at Richland Northeast High School in Columbia, S.C.
We’ll All Ride On: Bike Rides Bring Communities Closer
“It’s more than just a bike ride,” Assistant Professor Wanda Taylor confides to me over the stark white table we share. We sit inside a mock hospital ward on the second floor of Edwards Hall...
Clinics, Camps & Community
Rosanne Pruitt spent a majority of her professional career working with underserved populations and community health. She specializes in community health nursing and primary care, and she followed her own personal philosophy into those fields.