Jennifer Musa

Our final installment of Bit of Me for Women’s History Month hears from a Professor that is known across campus and internationally.

Dr. Jennifer Musa, Professor of Biology, is a tireless advocate for global service learning and has change the lives of thousands through the Health for Haiti course she co-teaches with Prof. Maureen Hankin. Her open mind and caring heart open the door for collaborative efforts across campus in technology, distance learning, innovative new courses, and global perspectives.

In this issue she shares her views on women who inspire her and changes that women have seen and are seeing in their role as leaders of change.

Thank you to Dr. Jen Musa and to all our amazing SUNY Broome women!

Bit of Me with Dr. Jennifer Musa (pdf)

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