New Class of NC Schweitzer Fellows Named

28 Graduate Students Will Spend Next Year Improving Community Health and Developing Lifelong Leadership Skills Davidson, NC, April 23, 2019—The North Carolina Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (NCASF) announced the selection of…

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Schweitzer Fellows Brandi Montgomery and Crystal Cox lead “Speaking in Color,” a program they launched to help students code switch

By the University of North Carolina System Communications Believe it or not, sentence structure has an impact on health and well-being. Just ask Brandi Montgomery and Crystal Cox, two of…

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NC ASF FFL sees “The Bigger Picture” in Kenya

The Bigger Picture Aarti Thakkar, 2017-18 NC Albert Schweitzer Fellow for Life The following paints a picture of Aarti's work as a 2018-19 Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellow. Here’s…

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Breaking Down the Barriers to Dental Care For ED Patients

NC Medical Society, August 15, 2018, by Niki Winters The emergency department (ED) often provides a safety net for those who do not have access to other health care services.…

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Helping Refugees and Immigrants Overcome Challenges

Editor’s note: We’re proud to highlight this health literacy project by Schweitzer Fellows Mustafa Abid and Ziyad Knio during the month of October, which is Health Literacy Month. It is one…

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How NC Schweitzer Fellows Made A Difference

For their Fellowship project, 2016-17 North Carolina Fellows Catherine Harris and Mas Sato ran a literacy program for families at a temporary homeless shelter and two literacy and GED programs…

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