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Annie

Annie

Class of 2020

01 Sep 2019

The day started early with a presentation at the community health center in Depok city, Jakarta, Indonesia at 7:30am. Today, I am starting the data collection phase of my fieldwork.

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Yangyujin

Class of 2020

30 Jul 2019

There are million reasons to travel, and every trip has its special meaning and purpose. This summer, I took a special trip to Taiwan.

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Hongsheng

Class of 2020

01 Sep 2019

My ten weeks conducting field research in Lima, Peru, was an incredible experience.

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Vivian

Class of 2020

01 Sep 2019

To fulfill my internship requirements for the Donald M. Payne International Development Fellowship with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), I traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia.

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BHATTARAI

Class of 2020

01 Sep 2019

On a mission to study about respiratory viruses, I travelled to Depok, Indonesia , on June 5th 2019. The intense, mid-summer heat was first to welcome me there.

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Qiping

Class of 2019

01 Aug 2018

Postpartum depression occurs in 10-15% of women within one year after delivery worldwide. Women of low-income status are at particularly high risk for postpartum depression.

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Qiping

Class of 2019

01 Jul 2018

For my fieldwork research this summer, I went to Sri Lanka, a precious island country in the Indian Ocean for which I have much respect. After reviewing my diaries and photo library, I have finally decided to write about the people in Sri Lanka and their life. 

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Zixian

Class of 2019

01 Aug 2018

What do you think of promoting a health project in rural areas in China? Will it be difficult? Will you be welcomed or rejected? Based on my fieldwork experience during the past two months,   I will tell you the answer—it is never easy to walk into a community and make what you expected to happen a reality.

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Zixian

Class of 2019

01 Jul 2018

My fieldwork involves two sites: Taizhou and Dali. I had not been to these two places before, so I had no idea what to expect aside from what I found on the search engine about them.

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Kamilla

Class of 2019

01 Jul 2018

The first thing I noticed about Sri Lanka was the heat, the humid and oppressive heat from which there seemed to be no escape. This I expected, though bearing it as an altogether different thing.