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The dirt turns everything red, but the walk to my office is always worth the view.

The dirt turns everything red, but the walk to my office is always worth the view.

I am a Ph.D. student in the School of Nursing and I am examining the real world impact of computerized training for child survivors of severe malaria in Uganda. To do this, I am looking at changes in academic performance over the course of one year. Rackham enabled me to travel back to the field this summer to follow up on the last round of data collection and conduct qualitative interviews with our Ugandan research staff. It was a quick, but very productive and encouraging trip!

– Katherine Finn, Doctoral Student, Nursing

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