Andrew W. Mellon funded Grand Challenge - The Global Midwest
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“We wanted to start from a topic of broad interest,” says Teresa Mangum, director of the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies. “Food is universally important, but it’s also especially significant for an agricultural state like ours.”
Juan Pablo Hourcade reviews the growing field of child computer interaction
Public Lecture on April 28, 4 pm
This two-day Obermann Working Symposium promises to be a paradigm-shifting moment for the University of Iowa and a leap forward in the larger field of the health humanities. The six keynote speakers include the editors of the two forthcoming health humanities anthologies, as well as the editor of a graphic medicine series, an artist who pioneered an arts-based training program for medical students, a founder of the best known narrative medicine program, and the co-director of a center for literature and medicine.