Michael Britt is a senior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences double majoring in Biology and Global Public Health & The Common Good. Michael is also on the Pre-Dental Track and hopes to pursue both dental school and a graduate degree in public health in order to systemically improve outcomes and equity in oral health. On campus, he is heavily involved in Partners in Health Engage BC, Pre-Dental Society, and BC Public Health Club. In addition, Michael has participated in various research projects, including through BC’s Global Observatory on Pollution and Health as well as at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. His research has investigated the implications of climate change at various capacities: its effects on biodiversity and human health, as well as a more focused review on its effects on oral health in Nairobi, Kenya. Michael wholeheartedly believes in the importance of service and demonstrates this through holding leadership positions within 4Boston Volunteers and Appa Volunteers. Additionally, Michael is a teaching assistant for an introductory biology laboratory course, tutors student athletes in biology, and works for Heights Catering.