I have written this blog to be posted on the TCi blog, so expect that it will show up there in some form within the week. Here is the original (and somewhat lengthy) post: Since arriving, the TCi Intern Team has taken great strides in the development of the Dietary Diversity module of the Minimum … Continue reading Preliminary Instrument Testing
One week ago, I arrived after a long but problem free two-day journey at ICRISAT, the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid-Tropics. ICRISAT is part of CGIAR, formerly known as the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, which is comprised of 15 agriculture and rural technology research centers around the world. ICRISAT is one … Continue reading Summer In(dia)ternship
This semester, I've had the opportunity to be part of something really cool: the development and planning of a disability-inclusive primary school in Haiti. This is yet another foray into the world of educational development for me, involvement it seems I never plan, but the need so big that I fall in anyways. Centre d'Education Inclusif, … Continue reading Centre d’Education Inclusif
That's today. It's spring, we can tell by the flowers pushing up on every street corner and the interminable bird song from the heights of every budding tree, but it's a crisp 34 degrees. It seemed that a light, quick, green lunch was on order for the day, so I made this fantastic cilantro noodle … Continue reading Cool and fresh
Do you remember when the automatic tagline used to be, "Just another WordPress.com site" ? They've changed it since then, but maybe that's what this is. I've been searching for awhile for a suitable platform to write the things I'm thinking about, and to share the things that move me. Tumblr isn't large text friendly, … Continue reading Every blog must have a first post.