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Engelhard course helps food bank

In Biology of Global Health, an Engelhard course led by Anne Rosenwald and Heidi Elmendorf,  students learn to communicate and apply their knowledge to the wider community. This spring, the class filmed a series of public service announcements for Capital Area Food Bank to advertise programs aimed at bringing fresh produce into the city and feeding children on the weekends. Students were inspired by the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals, which emphasize nutrition. Anne Rosenwald, a returning Engelhard Fellow, explains that students majoring in global health can “put their science training in the context of societal issues – law, policy, implementation, communication, [and] bioethics.”

Read more about the course here.

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