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Anne Alexander

About

Anne Alexander is Vice Provost for Strategic Planning & Initiatives at UW. She earned her Ph.D. in Economics at UW, and her Master’s and BBA in Economics from New Mexico State University. Dr. Alexander’s research and teaching focuses on the history of American capitalism, international economics, and health economics. Each year, she co-teaches a first-year seminar called ‘Viking Economics’ because she strongly believes in the power of interdisciplinary learning. She has authored several publications on the political and economic impacts of transboundary pandemics and the productivity effects of various diseases. Her hobbies include travel, hiking, snowshoeing, and reading “Nordic noire” mysteries.  She’s travelled to 25 countries and can’t wait to get to the rest of them. Anne lives near Vedauwoo with her husband Aaron and her wonderful, adorable, idiotic dog, Hutch.

Honors College Clay Fellow: Featured Course

Global Public Health Structures on the Brink

Have you wondered how emergent disease and public health emergencies start and grow? This class will offer a nuanced look at how differing systems interact to impede or accelerate policy responses to situations that push health care systems to their limits. This course will explore the principles and systems of public health across borders, including community and individual health outcomes globally.  We will dive into how health determinants and economic disparities; access to clean water, safe food, a healthy environment, and reliable sanitation; levels of health literacy and trust in science; and disease prevalence are dependent upon geography, chance, and socioeconomic position.

Anne Alexander standing in a snowy landscape
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