The Science of Caring

Researcher and Foster Mom, Annika Barber is Improving our Health and Growing our Hearts

Tiffany Hodge

An Orphanage in Bangladesh Benefits from Tiffany Hodge’s Attention

By Albert Lawrence, 2003 Scholar | When 1998 Coca-Cola Scholar Tiffany Hodge hears the Bangla word Apu—meaning sister—she can’t help but smile. For much of her postgraduate career, Tiffany has worked closely with 100 children who reside in Bangladesh’s Char Fasson Orphanage. The affectionate term the children use to address her underscores the rapport Tiffany has…

Gray Garmon

Gray Garmon Works to Build Stronger Community and Bonds with Ghanaian Friends

By Heidi Koester and Julie Collins |  The villages of the upper west region of Ghana are a far cry from the University of Texas in Austin, where 2003 Coca-Cola Scholar Gray Garmon obtained his undergraduate degree in architecture. Yet Gray wouldn’t have it any other way. During his two-year stint in Ghana for the…

Stesha Doku

Stesha Doku Maps Minority Health Care Gaps in Australia

By Juliana Tafur, 2003 Scholar | Envision a map that tells medical professionals not only where clinics and grocery stores are located, but also where different ethnic communities live. Imagine that this map also displays crucial informa- tion about people’s health, such as infectious and chronic diseases, as well as paternal and infant death rates. Now…