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Medical student teaching a member of the Latino Gardening & Nutrition Program how to plant a vegetable garden. This program was organized through a partnership between the Allied Wellness Center and the Office of Community Service Programs at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Website: http://www.med.wisc.edu/education/md/communityservice/main/148An Indiana State University recreation and sport management student works with children in the daycare program at University Apartments to promote physical activity through a mock olympics. Photographer: Kara Berchem.Three Family Nurse Practitioner and two Doctor of Nursing Practice students from the Medical College of Georgia are getting ready to perform health screenings and gynecological exams in a school for a rural community in Cusco, Peru. Medical student conducting a health survey in an underserved community in Madison, Wisconsin.  This program was organized through a partnership between the Allied Wellness Center and the Office of Community Service Programs at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.  Website: http://www.med.wisc.edu/education/md/community-service/main/148 A Virginia Tech student participating in Homework Help with a Somali Bantu child at the Pilot Street Project in Roanoke, VA; a project sponsored by the Center for Student Engagement and Community Partnerships. Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Students take part in a community-led malaria eradication program with the Ministry of Health for the State of Oaxaca’s Vector Control Program during a U C Davis quarter abroad program through Child Family Health International.  Photographer: Nick Penco, CFHI.