Location: Kuna Yala (San Blas Islands) Panama Submitted by Byers Shaw
"Peruvian Ladies and Their Llamas"
Location: Cuzco, Peru Submitted by Elizabeth Buschkemper
Location: Jamaica Submitted by Joshua Black
"Moms in Waiting"
Location: Jos Hospital, Nigeria Submitted by Meaghann Weniger
Location: A Haitian Batey in the Dominican Republic Submitted by Meredith Hammans
Location: Jamaica Submitted by Paul Paulman
"Trois belles filles"
Location: Man, Côte d'Ivoire Submitted by Toni Biskup
Location: At a 'Durga Puja' organized by Bengali community in Kansas City Submitted by Ajay Ohja
"Mid-Summer, Middle-European Dreams"
Location: Europe Submitted by Katalin Rabl
Location: Anshong, China Submitted by Margaret Schorn
Location: Wadi Rum, Jordan Submitted by Carolyn Nussrallah
Location: Aggra India Submitted by Joshua Black
November 9 - 13, 2015
Monday, November 9
Winners announced and winning photographs displayed in the McGoogan Library of Medicine. All entries featured on UNMC’s Facebook page.
Tuesday, November 10—9:30am to 10:30am
Meet in the Maurer Commons area in the Durham Research Towers.
Ethnic breakfast items provided.
IMMIGRANT STORIES PRESENTATION
Wednesday, November 11—12:00pm to 1:00pm
Meet at Truhlsen Eye Institute, third floor conference room.
Quan Nguyen, MD, Chairman of the UNMC Department of Ophthalmology and Director of the Truhlsen Eye Institute. Dr. Nguyen will share the inspiring story how as a young boy he came to America after the Vietnam War.
Mrs. Frieda Langnas and Mrs. Susan Feber, mother and sister to Alan Langnas, DO, Professor of Surgery, Chief – Section of Transplant. Mrs. Langnas will tell the story how as a little girl her family fled Europe on a circuitous journey to America. Mrs. Feber will share the story of her father, who was one of 1,000 Jewish immigrants given presidential approval to remain in America. The refugee experience of this family was documented in a book, and TV documentary: http://jwa.org/thisweek/aug/03/1944/ruth-gruber
Box lunches provided for the first 75 attendees.
Thursday, November 12, 12:00-1:30pm
Meet at Michael F. Sorrell Center for Health Science Education on the second floor.
A variety of ethnic desserts will be provided.
Greetings! Hola! Mubarak ho! こんにちは。!UNMC's global mission is to promote health through excellence in education, research, outreach, and care by creating accountable and strategic partnerships. The International Health and Medical Education office supports this mission through the facilitation of collaborations and partnerships. Strategic partnerships may be with not-for-profit and for profit entities locally, nationally, and internationally. The benefits of these partnerships provide necessary resources to support student and faculty exchanges and promote research.
IHME also develops and promotes opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to participate in global health education and to provide services associated with educational and employment opportunities for international participants.