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Minors in Anthropology and Sociology
Excerpt from "Vibrio cholerae and its reservoirs," academic paper on the mechanism of cholera infection and epidemiology.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Health, Society and Policy from the University of Utah.
Excerpt from an original research project, "Cystic Fibrosis Awareness and Willingness to Undergo Neonatal Genetic Screening." Erin examined correlations between new parents' familiarity with the disease and their willingness to submit newborns to compulsory screening for it.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Utah in the field of Health, Society and Policy.
Excerpt from policy analysis, "Immigration Policy: A Triangulated Approach." Erin acknowledges the unique cultural atmosphere surrounding U.S. immigration policy, and the (perhaps-inescapable) bias of native-born citizens toward the cultural contributions of their own forebears.
Erin holds a B.S. in Health, Society and Policy from the University of Utah.
Erin maintains a blog about life and society. This excerpt from "Mortgaging Grief" discusses the sometimes-destructive and perhaps-inevitable coping mechanisms bereaved people use.
Erin tweets regularly about life, society, and justice, and she isn't afraid to season her takes with some dark humor.
This two-tweet sequence is about the Brock Turner sex-assault trial.