Students enrolled in Medical Humanities courses have abundant opportunities to create and display original work related to their studies. Through campus publications, coursework, and student-led service and pre-professional organizations, students explore and examine both the history of medicine as well as its continuing development. The products of their investigations in and out of the classroom express powerful insights and analyses across a range of topics, from pressing public health concerns to revolutions in art and social attitudes.
Congratulations to our brilliant graduates! Click here to watch a recording of the 2023 Medical Humanities Senior Recognition Ceremony.
Headline image: “The Metaphorical Virus” (May 2020) by Angela Chen is a visual representation of metaphors in the COVID-19 pandemic, where subjective judgments follow the objective virus in its shadows. Chen (Class of 2023) is a writer and illustrator for Frontiers and is majoring in biochemistry.