“It has been rewarding to pursue my passion and help with the pandemic response at the same time.”
Humans of the U
“I seek to become a new healer, bridging the traditional knowledge of my community with the knowledge pioneered by investigating glucose metabolism.”
“Some things, the good and bad, never change wherever you live.”
“Becoming an officer for me is leading, teaching, training and mentoring a platoon, as well as taking care of your Marines, something that was done for me.”
“There is a direct relationship between the surrounding built environment and our individual health and well-being.”
“I’ve learned how important a well-rounded education and broader life experiences are to draw inspiration into my work.”
“At the end of the day, I truly believe in the power of our community to change the world.”
A common thread through these five decades: capturing and preserving individuals’ stories, especially those people with little ability to do so on their own.
A Master of Social Work student leads a program that has successfully housed over 30 individuals experiencing homelessness.
“We have stayed connected to the university because three of our oldest sons have attended the U.”