Seeking Educators for Paid Opportunity: Building Health Justice Across the Curriculum – Jan 17
Posted by Haverford College on January 12, 2021
Haverford College seeks pairs of middle and high school educators for a paid project designed to improve understanding of the relationships among structural determinants of inequity, health justice, and health outcomes.
The Bi-College Health Studies Program, located at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges, offers an interdisciplinary minor that integrates social sciences, natural sciences, and humanities perspectives on questions of health, illness, and human flourishing. The program attracts students preparing for careers in medicine, public health, policy, social services, and education, among other fields. Students bring knowledge, methods, and insight from their majors — in Biology, Chemistry, Anthropology, Sociology, History, and more — to the required senior seminar, where they work collaboratively on a project that integrates natural and social scientific perspectives.
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