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BNS student co-ops as a global mental health intern

Meghan Davis was able to pack a whole lot of research and fun into her four-month co-op in Glasgow, Scotland.

Davis, who came home just in time to graduate in May 2016 with a degree in Behavioral Neuroscience, was a Global Mental Health intern at the University of Glasgow. While there she researched mental health assessment tools that are used in mental health programs being developed in Uganda.

Meghan Davis, a BNS major, attended a wedding in Glasgow while on co-op.

Meghan Davis, a BNS major, attended a wedding in Glasgow while on co-op. (courtesy photo)

She also helped write about community mental health programs operating in slum communities in India.

While in Europe, she was also able to do a fair share of traveling including a skiing trip to the French Alps and attending a Scottish wedding.

See more stories from our co-op students in our album on Facebook.

Learn more about co-op in the College of Science.

Meghan Davis in the French Alps

Meghan Davis, a BNS major, was able to take a trip to the French Alps while she was on co-op in Glasgow, Scotland. (courtesy photo)

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