By Carli Million and Jaron Zanerhaft, UC Berkeley
How can students from diverse majors such as engineering, architecture or Middle Eastern studies find ways to contribute to public health? Where does a public health major fit into an increasingly technological world? And what can these students learn from each other to build a better future for all of us and discover more about themselves?
With these questions and more in the minds of its co-creators and participants, the Fung Fellowship launched this fall on its own path of self-discovery. A new collaborative venture between the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and the Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership, the two-year undergraduate fellowship’s goals are threefold: advancement in wellness technology, community outreach and cross-disciplinary learning.
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