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Splash Biography



SNIGDHA ALLAPARTHI, ESP Teacher




Major: MCB

College/Employer: UC Berkeley

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Past Classes

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O679: A Critical Understanding of Public Health in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 02, 2019)
This interactive and discussion-based course aims to introduce students to public health and how it impacts everyday lives. We’ll explore the different areas of public health and look at how medicine, the environment, and social-structural forces play a role in health. Learn how you can make a difference in public health!


O684: An Insight into Medical Ethics in Splash Fall 2019 (Nov. 02, 2019)
In this course, we will be delving into common medical situations in where the right answer is not as clear as it seems. This course will get students thinking about about how there are many more factors to keep in mind rather than what's occurring strictly in the scientific realm. Come with an open mind and get ready to learn about medicine in a more thought-provoking way!


O513: A Critical Understanding of Public Health in Splash Spring 19 (Mar. 16, 2019)
This interactive and discussion-based course aims to introduce students to public health and how it impacts everyday lives. We’ll explore the different areas of public health and look at how medicine, the environment, and social-structural forces play a role in health. Learn how you can make a difference in public health!


O469: A Critical Understanding of Public Health in Splash Fall 18 (Nov. 04, 2018)
This interactive and discussion-based course aims to introduce students to public health and how it impacts everyday lives. We’ll explore the different areas of public health and look at how medicine, the environment, and social-structural forces play a role in health. Learn how you can make a difference in public health!