ZooRush is a collaboration between the School of Communication and the School of Public Health at the University of Miami. Everyone involved is a student or faculty member of our school. Clay Ewing, the game designer of ZooRush and Assistant Professor, and Nancy, the head of PR for the project, talk about the game the development of the game. The game is part of a larger project at the School of Public Health. The larger project, lead by Dr. Lanetta Jordan, is a patient registry for sickle cell disease. The purpose of the game is twofold: create awareness about sickle cell disease as well as reduce the stigma associated with the disease amongst teenagers that have it.
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Shelly is the host of N4P, WVUM's weekly dialogue with, and for, non-profit organizations in our community. Every Saturday from 10-11AM, she interviews charitable organizations, including the arts, animal welfare, education, health care and youth development. Her mission is to increase local philanthropy and provide community engagement opportunities for every Miamian.