Excerpt from article by Beth Stefanik, Reves Center for International Studies.
Scott Ickes, Assistant Professor, Kinesiology and Health Sciences
Ickes will develop the East and Southern African Nutrition Initiative (ESANI) in partnership with The College, the Medical College of Malawi and Makerere University School of Public Health to conduct research and develop an education program in the area of child nutrition and global health. The partnership is expected to create regular opportunities for W&M students to conduct independent and collaborative research in Malawi and Uganda, and to expand William & Mary’s engagement in research and teaching in the Eastern and Southern Africa region.
To read the whole article by Beth Stefanik, go to the W&M News & Events website.