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Articles by Shilpa Sajja (4)

University student government pushes for a rename of the Watson Senior Center for Information Technology due to concerns over Watson Senior’s legacy.

News, University News

UCS passes resolution calling to rename CIT, community reacts

January 21, 2021 0 comments

The Undergraduate Council of Students passed a resolution to rename the Thomas J. Watson Sr. Center for Information Technology after its Nov. 18 general body meeting. 

Patient Voting has provided a pathway for patients to exercise their right to vote.

Science & Research

Patient Voting strove to increase voting access for those hospitalized

November 5, 2020 0 comments

Patient Voting, a nonpartisan civic engagement organization, has worked to reduce barriers to voting for hospitalized patients by increasing awareness and access to voting information.

Brown instigates initiative to change status quo surrounding climate change

News, University News

Brown instigates initiative to change status quo surrounding climate change

October 21, 2020 0 comments

Effectively addressing climate change entails changing a status quo that has been accepted for decades. The University’s new three-year Climate Solutions Initiative aims to use research, innovation and collaboration to overcome climate inertia.

Cress Health has created the Callie app for mental health, aimed at the younger population, which employs methods of journaling and reflection on a person’s health.

News, Science & Research

Cress Health provides mental wellness through mobile application

October 13, 2020 0 comments

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to fill hospitals with patients, healthcare workers battle the virus while trying to maintain their own mental health. Cress Health, a mental wellness company, seeks to help address burnout among healthcare workers.