“University of Iowa Students’ Experience with the International Student Observership Program in India”
Category Archives: Spring 2019
Adam Knight is the new Producing Artistic Director of Riverside Theatre. For fourteen years, he was co-Artistic Director of Slant Theatre Project, an Off Off-Broadway company that produced more than two dozen world premieres, working with a large roster of emerging artists.Adam also served as Executive Director of Red Lab, an international collective led by Irina Gachechiladze dedicated to cultural diplomacy through art and performance.
University of Iowa Fulbright Student Awardees Discuss Their Future Assignments
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“The Relationship Between Mental Health Access and International Human Rights Standards”
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Elizabeth Marilla-Kapp will earn her MSW from the UI School of Social Work in May with an emphasis in access to mental health resources and creative mental health interventions. She also earned her MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. She has worked with several local agencies serving people experiencing homelessness, crisis, and mental illness and is honored to have directed the local free breakfast cafe for several years. She was a Kenneth Cmiel intern last summer which supported her work exploring the relationship between mental health access and international human rights standards.
“France’s Flawed Asylum Policies; Changes Needed in Today’s World”
Caitlin Chenus is a senior at the University of Iowa and a Rex Honey Intern at the University site of Iowa Center for Human Rights. She pursued a research project in France this past summer with support from International Programs and the Stanley family. She will be graduating in May of 2019 and going on to attend law school. She plans to study international and comparative law with a focus on immigration.
“Update on the Current Condition in Haiti”
“The End of Multilateralism and the Post-WWII International Order?”
“Public Health is Global Health”
Nationally recognized expert in community-based participatory behavior Dr. Edith Parker promotes innovative ideas to improve major social determinants of health and health disparities. She is a renowned researcher in community-based participatory analysis, which emphasizes the active involvement of community members in all aspects of the research process. Her extensive background in research as well as her interest in aiding in the prevention of diseases and helping people live healthier lives qualifies her as a well rounded specialist in her field of work. Dr. Parker’s research focuses on the design, implementation and evaluation of community health promotion interventions to improve health status and reduce racial disparities in health. Her expertise also includes translating and disseminating research findings for program and policy change.
Dr. Edith Parker serves as Dean of the University of Iowa College of Public Health. She also directs the Prevention Research Center for Rural Health, based in the University of Iowa College of Public Health. She formerly served as Departmental Executive Officer of the University of Iowa Department of Community and Behavioral Health. Her work centers on engaging community members in the design, implementation, and evaluation of research interventions, and translating and disseminating research findings for program and policy change.
Dr. Parker holds a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College, as well as Master of Public Health and Doctor of Public Health degrees from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She served on the faculty of the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan before joining the University of Iowa in 2010.
“Flooding and Rainfall Associated with Tropical Cyclones”
“Political Elites in Putin’s Russia: Ideology, Foreign Policy and Public Support”
“Saving the World’s Coral Reefs”
“Immigration in the Era of Trump and Brexit”
Professor Bram Elias joined the clinic in 2014 and has directed the Clinic’s immigration practice since 2015. He previously worked as an immigration attorney in private practice in downtown Iowa City, where his work focused on federal immigration law, removal defense, immigration-related family law issues in state court, and immigration-related post-conviction review and habeas corpus litigation in state and federal courts. Professor Elias’s students practice before federal immigration courts and administrative bodies, the federal Board of Immigration Appeals, and state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels.
“Plastics in the Oceans”
“Trade and Small Businesses in Africa”
“The Chinese Model of Democracy is a Major Competitor to Liberal Democracy”