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Zeba Hussaini

CSCG Fellow (Class of 2014)

I talked about CSCG at every interview I had! I was attracted to Jefferson because of its first year humanities program and focus on developing well-rounded clinicians. I’ve realized success in medical school is not determined by intelligence but by having an open mind that is aware and critical yet empathetic and ready to make a difference. I’m happy to say CSCG helped me develop this perspective. It has, without a doubt, helped me excel as a medical student. I hope to continue building on what I’ve learned from the liberal arts at Ursinus and from CSCG in particular.

My Major / Minor / Campus Organizations

Majors in Biology and Applied Ethics

My Favorite CSCG Events

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My CSCG Courses

POL-399 (Science and the Common Good); MCS-275 (Decoding Science); POL-354 (Global Health); PHIL 246 (Biomedical Ethics); ENV248 (Environmental Ethics); PHIL-344 (Doing Good, Doing Harm)

Life After Ursinus

Zeba, a CSCG Fellow since the program’s inception in 2012, is currently in her second year at Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University.