Behavioral Neuroscience and Global International Studies
Radhia Abdirahman is a sophomore from Vancouver, BC, double majoring in behavioral neuroscience and global international studies and minoring in African and African diasporic languages. She is an intern with KU's Sawyer Seminar Series “Chronic Conditions: Knowing, Seeing & Healing the Body in Global Africa.” Through this seminar, Abdirahman has worked closely with Professor Katie Rhine, the ARI spring 2020 faculty fellow, and Spencer Curator for Global and Indigenous Art Cassandra Mesick Braun. This series bridges artistic and humanistic perspectives from Africans, African immigrants, and African Americans within the scope of medicine and healthcare. As an IARI fellow she will continue to work with Rhine and Mesick Braun.