2018 Public Voices Fellows

Click on any linked name (those in green) to see articles written by each fellow, or scroll down to see all articles by 2018 fellows.

Julie Bonette
Media Relations Officer

Jeremy “Jerry” DeSilva
Associate Professor of Anthropology

Carolyn Dever
Professor of English

William Eidtson
Director, Academic Skills & Student Accessibility at the Geisel School of Medicine

Tarek El-Ariss
Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies

Aden Evens
Associate Professor of Englis

Alison Volpe Holmes
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and of The Dartmouth Institute at the Geisel School of Medicine

Inas S. Khayal
Assistant Professor of Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Computer Science

Sunglim Kim
Associate Professor of Art History and Asian Middle Eastern Studies

Cathleen E. Morrow
Chair and Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine

Eman Shaban Morsi
Assistant Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures

Kristin O’Rourke
Senior Lecturer of Art History

Geoffrey G. Parker
Professor of Engineering at the Thayer School of Engineering

Lynn Ellen Patyk
Assistant Professor of Russian Studies

Roshini C. Pinto-Powell
Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Education, and Associate Dean of Students and Admissions at the Geisel School of Medicine

Roberto Rey Agudo
Language Program Director of Spanish and Portuguese

Glenda Hostetter Shoop
Director of Curriculum Design and Evaluation of Undergraduate Medical Education at the Geisel School of Medicine

Jonathan Smolin
Associate Professor and Chair of Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures

Silvia Spitta
Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature

Articles by Fellows

William Eidtson
Schools Are a Place for Students to Grow Morally and Emotionally—Let's Encourage Them
The Hill, 3/10/18

Alison Volpe Holmes
A Plan to Treat Opioid-Addicted Newborns That Helps Families and Saves Tax Dollars
The Hill, 3/8/18

Roberto Rey Agudo
What Deep Learning Gets Wrong About Language
Los Angeles Review of Books, 3/6/18

Silvia Spitta
What If Immigrants Have Nowhere to Go Back to?
San Francisco Chronicle, 3/2/18


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