A working group

Ethiopia - Working Group

A working group at the EM-PACE Symposium on Jan. 26-28 in Addis Ababa.  Participants discussed their shared research interests and ways that they could collaborate within the EM-PACE framework to address health needs, specifically surrounding interdisciplinary work between U-M faculty and Ethiopian partners.

From left to right Jody Lori (wearing the white sweater), Michelle Munro, and Sue Anne Bell, all of the U-M School of Nursing. Continuing clockwise around is Addis Argo, professor of law at University of Gondar; Harvey Leo, associate professor of Public Health at U-M, Bridgette Carr, director of the U-M Law School Human Trafficking Clinic and her research fellow Eva Foti- Pagan. Off camera is Tim Johnson, chair of obstetrics and gynecology at U-M.

Coffee break

Ethiopian woman brews coffee at EM-PACE symposium.

Ethiopians know how to make a great cup of coffee, and they should because the country is known as the birthplace of the beverage. This woman was providing a traditional Ethiopian coffee service during a symposium for the Ethiopia-Michigan Platform for Advancing Collaborative Engagement in Addis Ababa. The beans are roasted and brewed right before your eyes.  (Photo by Amy Conger, assistant vice provost for global and engaged education at U-M.)

A traditional Ethiopian coffee service at the EM-PACE symposium.