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Global health student connects local Ethiopian women with health care

May 8, 2015

Hana Alkahlout has researched the attitudes Ethiopian immigrant women have towards primary care and will soon provide workshops to promote their use of primary-care services. Alkahlout, who graduates this month with a bachelor's in global health, was mentored during her time at ASU by associate professor Monica Gaughan.

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Google Earth solves and creates problems for archaeologists

Discover magazine recently asked Digital Antiquity executive director Francis McManamon to offer input on the latest trend of armchair archaeologists using Google Earth and similar technology to locate – and sometimes excavate – archaeological sites ...

ASU students create innovative solutions for childhood obesity challenge

Three teams composed of global health, psychology, kinesiology, biomedical engineering, sustainability and nutrition majors took top honors in a university-wide challenge to design unique solutions to the growing trend of obesity in youth ...

Liberal Arts + Sciences names 2015 Dean's medalists

Graduating global health major Hannah McAtee has claimed the 2015 CLAS Dean's medal for the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. She will be moving on to one of the four medical schools to which she was accepted ...

Liquid mercury found beneath Teotihuacan temple

The Huffington Post asked ASU research professor and Teotihuacan expert George Cowgill to weigh in on the recent discovery beneath the Feathered Serpent Pyramid ...

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Discovery of jaw by ASU team sheds light on early  human ancestor

A major find by evolutionary anthropology graduate student Chalachew Seyoum has pushed back the earliest known fossil of Homo lineage by 400,000 years. The discovery, part of a lower jaw with 5 teeth, was made in Ethiopia, where Seyoum was working as part of an international research team that included ASU President's Professor Kaye Reed and assistant professor Chris Campisano.

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