The official wrap-up of the Voices from the Field Series: Challenges & Opportunities of Data will close with three faculty who will share perspectives on their research in East Africa. Nicole Kraft of (Communications) will address Online Teaching and Learning in Ethiopia on April 4th, Shu-Hua Wang (Division of Infectious Disease/Department of Internal Medicine) will present on “Tuberculosis Research in Humans and Cattle in Ethiopia” April 11th, and on April 18 Sally Miller (Department of Plant Pathology, OARDC) will speak on “Developing integrated strategies to manage diseases of vegetable crops in Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia”. All three are faculty experts with the Global One Health Initiative, which co-sponsors the discussion series together with the Global Water Initiative and the Center for African Studies.
Regional cuisine will be served. All sessions free and open to the public in Enarson Classroom Building 160.
Eventbrite RSVP here:
Nicole Kraft Online Learning in Ethiopia(4/4): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/online-teaching-and-learning-in-ethiopia-field-research-talk-tickets-43721788045
Shu-Hua Wang Tuberculosis Research (4/11): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shu-hua-md-infectious-disease-research-brown-bag-talk-tickets-43709061981
Sally Miller Managing Crop Disease(4/18): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lunch-research-talk-challenges-of-outcome-mapping-in-east-africa-tickets-42996548835
Hope to see you there!