Christine Mehta is a Syracuse University graduate with a B.A. in international relations and journalism. At SU, she covered humanitarian, political and international issues in Syracuse, NY, Ecuador, Chile, and South Africa. She was the recipient of the Henry J. Wolff Prize, the AEJMC Prize for best student international multimedia news story, and recognized as the graduating senior “deemed most proficient in journalism.” She has written for USA Today, The Post-Standard, The Stand, Jerk Magazine, The NewsHouse, and English-language news publications such as The Santiago Times in Chile. Christine is currently working in communications development for Indian non-profit, Operation ASHA. As always, she’s looking for stories to tell and available for freelance work in Southeast Asia. Check out www.christinemehta.com for more, or follow her on Twitter @SUInternational.
Latest posts by Christine Mehta from January, 2012
India’s media sphere exploded last week with reports from Mumbai of a tuberculosis strain (TDR-TB) completely resistant to all known treatment. As the World Health Organization released a statement refuting the term TDR-TB, the blogosphere erupted to remind whatever they call it, they should do something about it.