Students in the world’s classroom
Being directly involved in people’s lives around the world has a way of teaching some of life’s most difficult lessons. Four students share testimonies of what they’ve learned about themselves and others through their public service projects.
Sally Susnowitz, director of the Public Service Center, shares her insights on how students develop confidence by thinking big.
Building peace between border zones, one diagnosis at a time
Chris Moses ’10 of Sana awarded a Davis Projects for Peace Fellowship.
Quotable public service and more
“Our job is done,” reports Jukka, “when 500 million of those [toxic kerosene] lanterns are handed over” and exchanged for EGG-energy batteries.