After a massive magnitude-7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti in January 2010, more than 350 medical nongovernmental organizations poured into the country.
During the 2008 US presidential elections, Dhruv Sarin, BSBA ’12, watched young American voters mobilize during the election process. A native of Mumbai, Sarin saw that there was a gap in the level of political engagement between youth in India and youth in the United States.
Many residents of a South African township near Johannesburg had never met an American until Dana Huff came along. A Fulbright scholar, Huff, BSBA ’10, is researching social entrepreneurship as a tool to lift young women out of poverty in South African biracial – or “colored” – communities.