The Emory Case Competition is an opportunity for students from national and international universities to learn about, develop, and recommend innovative solutions for a 21st century global health problem.
A Global Health Certificate recognizes a student's knowledge and understanding of research methods, research ethics, and emerging issues in global health.
Application deadline for this program has been extended to December 4, 2014, for Spring term 2015 internships.
Patrice Juah, a recent Liberian Fellow in President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) visits campus to talk with students, faculty, and health professionals about the Ebola crisis and the anti-stigma campaign she and other artists and activists recently launched, called "Ebola Is Not My Identity."
Apply for a research fellowship working in the Rwandan Ministry of Health. Funding is available for undergraduate, graduate and medical students interested in working with global health researchers.
Kelsey Wheeler '14 writes about Bridget Golob '14 and her Global Health Fellowship in Lima, Peru, helping with disaster preparedness.