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Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship through Social Media
Medicaid Working Group Member Chuanhong Liao was recently part of a team of researchers which studied the effectiveness of social media as a tool for increasing internal medicine residents' antibiotic knowledge and awareness of the Antimicrobial Stew (More)
Jane Averill Community Reading Day - October 6, 2017
I was super-excited to be able to get the Neighborhood Schools Program (NSP) involved as a partner to the Hyde Park Kenwood Community Action Council (HPKCAC) as they (More)
Broader Impacts Fair - 10/4/2017
"Broader Impacts" in the sciences is an under-reported but huge part of the overall student civic engagement activity of the University of Chicago. It's remarkabl (More)
Identifying Standardized Competencies for Global Health Professionals
A few things generally before I talk about the session itself: The UChicago Arts A (More)
3 Week Springtime Hustle @ UChicago
It's been a busy 3 weeks. The end of the academic year at UChicago is always like this in a sense - a mix of normal business, year end celebrations, some goodbyes, and a wave of new ideas for the summer or fall that inevitably need more attention (More)
Four Events from 3rd Wk (Spring Quarter 2016) #marooned
I'll write about four events that I participated in this past week: Bronzeville CAC Meeting, Police & Fire Scholarship Reception,  Polished Pebbles Book Launch for "They are all the Same Girl", Generation All Launch. [gallery columns="4" link= (More)
Odyssey / CSP - Scholarship Opportunities for Tremendous People
I think it’s fair to say that the University of Chicago is at its best when it’s firmly stating its ideals and has some incontrovert (More)
Notes from 2nd Week Spring Quarter 2016 #marooned
Working backwards, we kicked off Friday with the International Education Conference which brought roughly 100 K-12 teachers (mostly CPS) to campus for a full day of sessions. The event is in its 6th year, and I'm happy to say our Neighborhood Schools (More)