I am an applied medical anthropologist beginning my PhD in Public Health this fall. For the second summer in a row, I will travel with my research partner, Ginger Mckay, to Kampala, Uganda. Last summer, we evaluated an HIV education program for children developed by the Savannah Sunrise Foundation, which is a non-profit organization. We we will be residing in Kampala from the end of May until the end of July to conduct additional fieldwork. This summer, our colleague Nicole Smith will be joining us as we wrap up our project.

Thursday, June 10, 2010


I fixed the comments setting. I had inadvertently turned it off! Oops!


  1. I was wondering what happened to it. How was your day today? I miss you Meagan. Maggie got fixed today and she was walking very wobbly. Poor little girl.

  2. Your writings and photos are great, Meagan! What a brave young woman you are. And, your mom is too funny telling you about Maggie getting fixed. I laughed out loud when I read that. My favorite picture is the "Sisterly love" photo -- such sweetness. Sending you lots of love and hugs. (Hi, Rosie.) :o)