Healthcare Delivery in Emerging Markets: Mini-Symposium
Students present research findings on April 21 regarding work in India, China, Rwanda, and Honduras.
ANN ARBOR, Mich.—The 24 Ross School of Business students who traveled to India, China, Rwanda, and Honduras as part of the course on healthcare delivery in emerging markets will present their findings at 5:30 p.m. on April 21 in Room R0320 at the Ross School.
The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served following the presentations.
Students and faculty from Ross and U-M's Medical School, the School of Public Health, and the College of Engineering have been invited to the event.
Ross faculty interested in teaching the class next year or in 2013 are encouraged to attend to learn more about the structure and flexibility of the course, and the resources and support available. The William Davidson Institute provides financial and administrative support for the travel-study course.
A formal call for proposals will be sent to Ross faculty in the next few weeks. Any Ross faculty member is eligible to propose a course, and proposals will be reviewed by a committee.
“The course has generated a high level of interest among students and their feedback has been very positive every year,” says WDI Director Robert Kennedy.
For more information, contact:
Dan Shine, (734) 615-4563, firstname.lastname@example.org