About the Fellow
- Senior Lecturer, Division of Nutritional Sciences, College of Human Ecology
- Director, Global Health Program
- Jeanne Moseley’s faculty profile
- 2019-20, Faculty Fellow in Engaged Scholarship
- Access, Equity and Justice; Education; Health, Nutrition and Medicine
Since 2007, faculty from Cornell’s Global Health Program and the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University-College have worked together to design, implement and evaluate an innovative experiential learning program in global health and development policy. To better understand and document the impact of this experience on students, communities and teaching teams, Jeanne Moseley is applying the method of “Ripple Effect Mapping” (REM) to the Global Health Summer Program in Moshi, Tanzania.
As a fellow, Moseley is learning more about REM from experts on campus, applying these methods to the Tanzania summer program and documenting the REM findings through conference presentations and scholarly publications.
Engaged Cornell Grants and Awards
Engaged Curriculum Grant: Global and Public Health Sciences Major
Engaged Opportunity Grant: Supporting Global and Public Health Student Leadership
Engaged Faculty Fellowship Program
A yearlong cohort program in which faculty dive deep into the theory and practice of community-engaged learning; meet monthly to discuss readings, share projects and workshop challenges; and help transform what it means to teach at Cornell