I had the wonderful opportunity to present my research at Agnes Scott College’s Spring Annual Research Conference (SpARC). I presented my poster on investigating the correlation between wildfires in California and Asthma rates. This semester-long project was so interesting, and I learned how to code in R and analyze geospatial data in QGIS.

Lastly, I was a coauthor for my Public Health capstone course presentation, where we worked with Grove Park Renewal (an affordable housing program) to produce a qualitative analysis of their growth assessment.

Global Health – Ecuador

In my Global Health 311 class, I created an in-depth country profile on Ecuador. Over 100 demographic, health, and development indicators typically used in the area of global health were found and interpreted. In light of historical events, I interpreted population pyramids, and created charts, graphs, and infographics to demonstrate a country’s present triumphs and difficulties. And made a compelling argument for a country’s objectives by using statistics. Here are the infographics I created

Social Barriers of Breast Cancer Awareness

In my Survey of Public Health Class, I collaborated on a semester-long project looking at the statistic, social determinates, and research on breast cancer in America. Through this class project, I was able to shoot, direct, and edit a mock informational video on the education of breast cancer.