A young woman with long, dark, curly hair and wearing a long black skirt, red and black patterned shirt and black sweater holds up a piece of paper from a spiral-bound notebook. The paper has a hand-drawn Miami beveled M logo and the words Love & Honor handwritten in cursive underneath. In the background are a green lawn, several buildings with tiled roofs, a round pavilion-type structure and a brick building. A tall gold spire extends from the roof of one of the tile-roofed buildings, near the center of the frame.
Miami University psychology and pre-medical studies major Cecelia Favede displays Miami love and honor in front of Bangkok's Grand Palace. Favede's trip to the Thai capital in summer 2014 to conduct research on the community health worker system was supported in part by a research award from OARS.

Cecelia Favede: Research in Thailand

Undergraduate psychology and pre-medical studies major Cecelia Favede conducted research on the community health worker system in Thailand.  The insights she gained benefitted her as much as they benefitted the agencies she worked for. Read more.