The seventh annual Battle to Save Lives case competition was presented by students in Dr. Eric G. Bing’s Creating Impact in Global and Public Health course.
For the seventh annual Battle to Save Lives case competition, students in the Creating Impact in Global and Public Health course are developing strategies for the West Dallas STEM School and The Dallas Theater Center.
SMU students practiced essential communication skills with Mursion, an immersive simulation assisted by Artificial Intelligence.
Undergraduate students in a public health course at SMU propose diverse approaches and perspectives while discussing public health measures taken during the COVID-19 pandemic and its relation to limiting civil liberties.
Dr. Eric G. Bing’s innovative Creating Impact in Global and Public Health course prepares students to analyze and develop solutions for complex public health challenges.
At the largest Battle to Save Lives in the event’s six-year history, student proposals drew positive reviews from key SMU officials.
SMU’s Global Public Health course shows how the online class meeting format can be leveraged to radically expand the borders of the classroom.
Now in its sixth annual iteration, the Battle to Save Lives will feature SMU students’ strategies to suppress COVID-19 on campus.
When the coronavirus pandemic first threatened to send SMU students home, Professor of Global Health Eric G. Bing was in the middle of teaching his annual Creating Impact in Global and Public Health course.
The Institute for Leadership Impact has trained over 150 SMU students in creating global and public health impact since 2015.