what the day one project means to us

Leah Sherman, Rice University class of 2018 and Chimwewe Kunje, Malawi Polytechnic University class of 2018 share their experiences developing maternal health technologies with Rice 360⁰.     We live on opposite sides of the world, but we have a surprising amount in common. We both recently graduated from university, we are both passionate about maternal […]

leadership for nursing & education in malawi: reflections from address malata

Dr. Address Malata is the Vice-Chancellor of Malawi University of Science and Technology. She is the former President of Africa Honor Society of Nursing, the former Vice President of International Confederation of Midwives, and former Principal of Kamuzu College of Nursing. Rice 360⁰ alumna and current Rice 360° International Programs Specialist, Dr. Christine Bohne ‘11 interviewed Dr. Malata on her […]

#fellowsfriday: meet christina samuel

We were thrilled that Christina Samuel joined the Global Health Fellows team in November.  If you keep reading, you will get a glimpse of why we are so lucky to have her on the team! Hi!  I’m Christina and I have enjoyed the first few months of my fellowship.  It is a privilege to work […]

rice 360 goes to india!

Betsy Asma, Globa Health Fellow, chronicles her recent trip to India for the WHO Global Health Forum on Medical Devices   Last week, I was given the incredible opportunity to travel to Visakhapatnam, India to present the amazing work of Rice360° at the 4th WHO Global Health Forum on Medical Devices. This forum happens every 2 […]

#fellowsfriday: meet sonia sosa.

TGIF guys! To celebrate we have another new Global Health Fellows to introduce.      Meet Sonia Sosa, a recent graduate of LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas with a degree in biomedical engineering.  Below is a glimpse into my initial conversation with her: Emily: Sonia! Welcome to our team! Let’s start off by talking a little bit […]

#fellowsfriday: meet jack wang.

Readers! Besides our incredibly exciting 100andChange news (!!!), we wanted to update you on some of our new staff. We recently welcomed three new eager and talented Global Health Fellows, who work on testing and refining the devices our undergrads design into finished products, like the Pumani CPAP we’re all so proud of today.  So, without further ado, […]