Dr. Danger

Liberal Arts Education Inspires Life of Learning for Dr. Bob Arnot

October 19, 2012 • Mark Shuman

Dr. Bob Arnot has worked as an Olympic physician, served on the boards of Save the Children and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, worked as the chief medical correspondent for NBC and CBS News, covered most major humanitarian disasters, served as MSNBC’s chief foreign correspondent in Iraq and Afghanistan, and written a dozen best-selling books on health and nutrition.

As host of the television show Dr. Danger, he navigates treacherous assignments in Somalia, Sudan, and other global hotspots. Arnot also spends four months a year on humanitarian projects in Africa and the Middle East, and just completed a PBS documentary on starving children.

His passions, he says, took root in Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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