Katharine Griffin Gorsky, “Beyond the Magic Bullet: Innovation in Bottom-up Development” This conference looked at the development tools that are spurring poverty solutions in a “bottom up” fashion including microfinance and financial inclusion, design for extreme affordability (focusing on public health innovations) and positive deviance.
Joy Zhang, “Assessing and Improving Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) Awareness at Stanford” Assessed and improved the knowledge of hepatitis B virus (HBV) among university students, particularly those of Asian Pacific Islander descent. The coordinators held a “Jade Day” and raised HBV awareness by tying green balloons to 800 bikes across campus.
Abimbola Dairo,“The 21st Century Doctor: Non-Traditional Ways of Practicing Medicine” Exposed Stanford’s pre-medical students to physician-leaders who are transforming and broadening the role played by physicians in society. This conference sought to inspire pre-medical students to have an innovative spirit, and to prepare them to be involved in shaping the field of medicine in the aspects of business, public service, and literature.
Pin-Yi Ko, "Living It @ Stanford". Video below.
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