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Psyc 230 Hears from Dr. Garrett Adams, Beersheba Springs Medical Clinic

Dr. Garrett Adams, medical director of the Beersheba Springs Medical Clinic and past president of Physicians for a National Health Program, about America’s medically underserved, especially in Appalachia, how America’s wealth inequality affects the nation’s health and society, and the benefits a publicly funded national health program could have on our society as well as our national health.

Amiel Emerson combines Spanish and Biology in Translation Project

Junior Spanish minor-Biology major, Amiel Emerson is working under the supervision of Professors Moore (Biology) and Sánchez (Spanish) on the translation of the article entitled: "Caracteristicas Anatomicas del Aparato Genital Masculino del Caiman crocodilus crocodilus" by Francisco J. Cabrera A., y Gisela C. Garcia C. After Amiel completes the translation, he will present a poster describing the evolution of his work in Scholarship Sewanee, on April 24th.

Psyc 230 to Hear About Business Development and Job Creation on the Plateau: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Psyc 230 students will hear from Chip Manning, Director of the University's Babson Center for Global Commerce, and local business owners and entrepreneurs Keri Moser (Ivy Wild), Ward Cammack (Sweet Cece's and Shenanigans), Bruno Durant (Silver Bait Worm Farm), and Grant Miller (Village at Sewanee Creek; formerly of Dunkin Donuts and Baskin Robbins) about business development and job creation on the Cumberland Plateau on Thursday, February 26.
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