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.
Rasheedat Zakare, "Ambition". Honors photo jounal below.
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