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Entries in UWSoD (22)

Friday
Aug312012

Inna Piskorska's Next Humanitarian Effort — Jamaica!

Clockwise, from left: Piskorska (second from left) poses with fellow humanitarians, Piskorska with coconut, one of the many readily available tropical fruits, Ackee fruit, part of a traditional Jamaican breakfastEd. Note: UWSoD Student Inna Piskorska is following up her recent trip to Haiti with another humanitarian dental effort, this time to the island of Jamaica, the fifth-largest island country in the Caribbean. While there, the group of 24 volunteers are providing free dental care to the those in need.

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Friday
Jun222012

Temporal Shift: Life in Haiti, 2012

When third-year UWSoD student Inna Piskorska left for Haiti on March 16, she was fueled by adrenaline and the excitement of the unknown — and a little sleep depravation, too. After all, she had just finished finals week, and she had little time for sleep, let alone preparation for the trip to the quake-ravaged island.

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Thursday
Apr052012

In her own words: UWSoD STUDENT INNA PISKORSKA IN HAITI, Pt. 2

 Inna Piskorska is a third year dental student at the UWSoD, currently in Haiti with a group of dentists and students. The group is hosted by Medical Relief International, an organization formed by WSDA member Dr. Mike Karr. Piskorska approached the WSDA News about a story of her travels and experiences while in Haiti, and we asked her to start by blogging about her experiences while she was there. This is her second report. 

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Friday
Mar232012

In Her Own Words: UWSoD Student Inna Piskorska in Haiti

Inna Piskorska is a third year dental student at the UWSoD, currently in Haiti with a group of dentists and students. The group is hosted by Medical Relief International, an organization formed by WSDA member Dr. Mike Karr. Piskorska approached the WSDA News about a story of her travels and experiences while in Haiti, and we asked her to start by blogging about her experiences while she was there. This is the first of her reports.

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