Department of Sociology and Anthropology

COVID-19 Through Nepali Teachers’ Perspectives

By: Isabella Burns, Rachel Walters, Jenna Holland Faculty mentor: Dr. Leslie Martin The Nepali education system has been affected by the extensive spread of COVID-19. Before the pandemic, Nepal was in a period of growth regarding educational policy after suffering from a civil conflict that lasted 10 years (Valente 2015; Parker et al. 2013). Although …

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Understanding Rural Healthcare in America: A General Survey of Rural Healthcare Systems

By Macy Justice Faculty Mentor: Professor Tracy Citeroni With the recent election and the current global pandemic, health care has been on the forefront of almost every political conversation in America. With discussions growing around populations and communities that face gaps in health care access, it is important to understand the barriers and gaps in …

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