Jillian Schulte

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. Student, Anthropology, Case Western Reserve University
  • B.A., Medical Anthropology & Ethnic Studies, Cornell College, 2019

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Medical Pluralism
  • Climate Change
  • Medicinal Plant Usage
  • Adaptation
  • Geographic Area: Nepal

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2019: Excellence in Anthropology Award
  • 2019: Russell W. Landis Award
  • 2018: Ringgenberg Fellow in Anthropology
  • 2018: Paul Maaske Scholar-Athlete Award
  • 2018: Class of 1907 Academic Award, for academic excellence in a diverse selection of courses

SPECIAL SKILLS

  • Beginner Spanish language
  • Intermediate in Adobe Photoshop and Photography
  • Intermediate in MaxQDA, Dedoose, Microsoft Office

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • American Anthropological Association, San Jose, CA, Poster Presentation (November 2018), “Health and Well-being: Urban Gardening in Chicago,” The Chicago Field Museum of Natural History
  • Iowa Human Rights Research Conference, Pella, IA, Paper Presentation (April 2018), “The Fate of Unethical Data: The Tuskegee Study and Nazi Medical Experiments”
  • Iowa Governor’s Conference on Public Health, Des Moines, IA, Poster Presentation (April 2018), “The Development, Application, and Impacts of Person-Directed Care,” Rehabilitation Center of Lisbon.
  • Continuum of Care Conference for the Homeless, Cedar Rapids, IA, Oral Presentation (August 2017), “Cornell Summer Research Institute: LGBTQ+ Youth Homelessness in Cedar Rapids”

 

CURRICULUM VITAE