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Faculty Advising, Capstone Practicum, Durham wins H&S Lifetime Teaching Award

  • Faculty Advising Excellence 
  • Impact of Capstone Practicum Experiences
  • Durham wins H&S Award for Lifetime Teaching Achievements
  • Students work to Disrupt Diabetes, Reduce Food Waste and more

 

New newsletter banner wide orange on top, with maroon strip beneath, white text reads Human Biology. Newer icon with three red bubbles together in upper right corner. The bubbles have in white an image of feet, a dna strand, and a globe. Beneath the banner reads the article title in orange Communicating Science, with a photo of orange loquat fruits nestled into green tree branches and leaves.

Communicating Science, Alumni Bookshelf, What's different about Human Biology?

  • Commitment to Science Communication
  • Accomplished Students & Alumni
  • Alumni Bookshelf
  • What's different about Human Biology? (alumni story)
Front page of summer 2017 newsletter, Prof. Rodriguez photo, and table of contents

It is a small world, Internship retires, NCAA National Champions

  • Human Migration Health Challenges
  • Internship Retires: Replaced by Capstones
  • Student Capstone Projects
  • NCAA National Champs

HumBio by the numbers: then and now, 45th Festschrift and Durham Teaching Fund, Statistics' Fresh Face

  • HumBio by the numbers: then and now
  • Statistics' Fresh Face
  • Six Olympians
  • B.S. Degree
  • 45th Festschrift and Bill Durham Teaching Fund 

HumBios 45th, Bill Durham, In Memoriam: Sandy Dornbusch

  • HumBio's 45th!
  • Four Seniors awarded Deans' Award for Academic Achievement
  • Bill Durham: from student to professor
  • In Memoriam: Sandy Dornbusch

Frohnmayer Awards, Core Faculty, In Memoriam: Arthur Wolf & Cliff Barnett

  • Three Kirsten Frohnmayer Prize winners selected for academic excellence, passion for the human condition.
  • The HumBio Core: It takes a village
  • Teaching epidemic intelligence; Heller class debugs haz-mat suit
  • In Memoriam: Arthur Wolf and Cliff Barnett
  • Reunion: Stanford's 125th & HumBio's 45th

Witt wins Rhodes, Student Advisors, the Science of Happiness, In Memoriam: Carl Djerassi

  • Emily Witt: Rhodes Scholar
  • Student Advisors: navigational stars
  • The Science of Happiness
  • In Memoriam: Carl Djerassi

Fulbright Winners, Core Innovations, Bernstein, Katchadourian Courses

  • Fulbright Winners
  • Bernstein, Katchadourian Courses
  • HumBio Core Innovations
  • The 3A Team (Core)
  • Core Innovations

Bing Overseas Summer, Goulder on Environmental Health Policy

  • Alex Heaney and Ali Maggioncalda in Tanzania
  • Lawrence Goulder: Teaching Environmental Policy
  • Alumni/ Faculty News
  • Student News/ New Courses

Scheidel on Societies, Bingham Projects, Firestone Winners

  • Walter Scheidel: Classics in the Core
  • Bingham Projects
  • Firestone Winners
  • In Memoriam: Dan Garza

Hayden wins Rhodes, Evolution of Teaching Health Promotion, In Memoriam: Audrey Bernfield

  • Wes Alles: Teaching Health Promotion
  • Amy Showen: Diary from South Africa
  • In Memoriam: Audrey Bernfield
  • Margaret Hayden: Rhodes Scholar
  • Craig Heller: "The Glove"

Friedlander on Agile Aging, Crane on Community, Johnson on Creativity, Olympians

  • Welcome Director Paul Fisher
  • So long Director Carol Boggs
  • Anne Friedlander: Teaching Agile Aging
  • Steven Crane: Strength in Community
  • Leslie Johnson: Creativity in Elders 
  • Alumni Olympians

Heaney on Community Health, Johnson in Capetown, Sempasa in Guatemala

  • Cathy Heaney: Teaches Community Health
  • Allie Johnson: Service Learning in Cape Town
  • Doris Sempasa: Fellowship in Guatemala
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Celebrating the 40th, Founders, Life is a Module, Hastorf Memoriam

  • Life is a Module: Paul Fisher HB '84, MD 
  • HumBio turns 40!
  • Founders Featured
  • In Memoriam: Al Hastorf 
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Program for HumBio 40th Celebration, Frans de Waal & Empathy, Learning about PTSD

  • Program for HumBio 40th
  • Empathy: Frans de Waal
  • Learning about PTSD
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Co-eds Biology Clock, Malaria Prevention, The Cost Doctor, Schneider Memoriam

  • Brindha Saravanabavanandhan: Co-eds Biological Clocks
  • Maryam Garba: Malaria Prevention
  • Laurence Baker: The Cost Doctor
  • In Memoriam: Stephen Schneider
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Disease Detectives, Street Design & Public Health, Gates, Luce, and Marshall Scholars

  • Disease Detectives
  • Student Research: Street Design & Public Health
  • Bingham Innovation Fund
  • Gates, Luce, and Marshall Scholars
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FACE AIDS Initiative, Core TA Science Rapper, The Heart & Mind Doctor, Your Brain on Music

  • FACE AIDS Initiative
  • Core TA Science Rapper
  • The Heart & Mind Doctor
  • Your Brain on Music
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Humans Inside & Out, Bone Marrow Donors, Feldman Retires/Wins Dinkelspiel, Alumni Olympians

  • More on the Core: Humans Inside and Out
  • Student Research: Bone Marrow Donor Study
  • Shirley Feldman Retires & Wins Dinkelspiel
  • HumBio Alumni Olympians
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Missing Warblers, Chemistry in a Box, Lederberg Memoriam, Darwin's Birthday

  • Student Research: The Case of the Missing Warbler
  • Chemistry Module: Teaching Aid for the Core
  • Darwin's Birthday
  • Lederberg Memoriam
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Center of the Core: from DNA to Human Behavior, Tobacco Ads, Chocolate Factory Visit, Battle of the Diets

  • Journey to the Center of the Core: from DNA to Human Behavior
  • Student Research: Deceptive Tobacco Ads
  • Storey House Residents visit Chocolate Factory
  • Christopher Gardner: Battle of the Diets