GHI offers internships and research opportunities at a wide range of international and domestic sites where students can apply their knowledge and skills to real world health challenges while exploring various career paths.
Research abroad is a great way to explore another part of the world while gaining important academic experience. The Dickey Center offers funding for a limited number of fellowships in the areas of health, the environment and human development.
A 2-year paid research assistantship in economic and human development with a faculty mentor provides advanced analytical training and professional development opportunities.
The Institute of Arctic Studies can provide students with valuable field experience in an Arctic or high-latitude location. Students can design their own research projects or join faculty research projects in any field of study.