Colleen Ballantyne is a senior IDS Minor majoring in biological sciences. Ballantyne won a 2019-2020 Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grant to spend eight weeks in Haryana, India, conducting her project, “When 'Number Two' is Public Enemy Number One: A Study on How Women Experience the Consequences of Open Defecation in Rural North India.” She continues this research as her IDS capstone project.
2020 Senior Spotlights
May 5, 2020
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All Jokes Aside: When ‘Number Two’ is Public Enemy Number One
Mar 30, 2020
Colleen Ballantyne ’20, an International Development Studies minor, is studying how open defection affects women in rural India, where poverty and a lack of access to latrines have made the practice commonplace.