This essay reflects the author’s discovery of what makes studying a subject worth it. The clinic trip to Borneo brought textbooks to life and also enabled us to see beyond the numbers to a more human experience. As someone who grew up in a business family and with a certain mindset, Jahnavi the global and cultural perspectives that make studying the environment more tangible. A small surprise follows the short prose piece.
Kocha, Jahnavi '19
"Beyond Textbooks and Statistics,"
1, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/envirolabasia/vol1/iss1/11
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