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Double vision - Feature Stories
December 2013 Issue
When she travels, Smitha Ganeshan has two traditions. One is to go running. The UGA senior and Foundation Fellow says it’s a great way to see people and places. So she’s run in the meadows surrounding Oxford, England, and in Chennai, India, where crowded conditions made it more difficult than usual. Her other tradition involves joining Jacqueline Van De Velde to find the highest point of any city or landscape. Ganeshan and Van De Velde, also a senior and Foundation Fellow, have climbed to the top of Table Mountain in South Africa and dangled their legs off Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, Scotland. These two traditions offer Ganeshan a way to experience a community up close but also get a larger perspective. It’s not unlike her academic interests. She plans to attend medical school and become a doctor, but she also wants to study public health and policy issues. She’s drawn to the one-on-one satisfaction of working with patients, but she wants …
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