Leo Lou expects to graduate from Duke in 2017 with majors in both Public Policy and Environmental Sciences and Policy, as well as with a certificate in Ethics. She is from Hangzhou, China and Windham, Connecticut and is a recipient of the Compass Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship. She is also involved with Team Kenan, Hart Service Opportunities in Leadership, Bass Connections Energy : Exploring the Intersection between Energy and Peace-building through Film and Human and Duke.
- El Salvador needs international support to face its internal problems #waterquality #internationalaid http://t.co/Oagd5bCVWc Aug 15, 2014
- As part of his research this summer, history grad student @e_b_bobadilla visits the U.S.-Mexico border. http://t.co/pIdUVwigZE Aug 9, 2014
- Rinchen Dolma ('16) interviews Tibetan patients with TB and the nurses and doctors who care for them. http://t.co/OtwxrCeBiV Aug 8, 2014
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