Each year the Global Health Initiative selects a junior or senior year student to work with GHI staff on various projects and initiatives. Interested students should contact
for more information. Selection for the following year is made during spring term. A formal job description and application will be made available shortly.
2012-13 GHI Intern: Tommy McQuillan '13
Interested in global health? Want to learn more about waysto get involved at Dartmouth and abroad? Contact Tommy McQuillan '13 to learn more about internships, research opportunities, and campus activism related to global health. We’re here to answer your questions about classes, student groups, the Global Health Certificate, funding, and any other global health related queries.
If you are a current student, feel free to contact Tommy McQuillan directly on Blitzmail. If you are a prospective student, you are welcome to send an email to
for further information.
Tommy McQuillan is a member of the Class of 2013 hailing from Andover, Massachusetts. He majors in Economics modified with Geography, and he is pre-med. Tommy began his involvement with the Dickey Center as part of the inaugural class of Great Issues Scholars. He spend a term in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania as a DarDar Undergraduate Intern in winter 2011, where his work focused on data management protocols, informed consent, and a comprehensive caretaker survey. He has pursued infectious disease research on a cohort of HIV/TB pediatric patients as a Presidential Scholar, and returned to Tanzania in spring 2012 to prepare a manuscript on tuberculosis at DarDar Pediatric Program. Aside from global health, Tommy is the captain of the Dartmouth Fencing Team, a steering committee member of the Student Initiative on Global Engagement, and works on the DOC Trips Directorate as “Lodj Croo” Chief. During the summer of 2012, he is developing community health worker educational materials for Partners in Health at their Boston headquarters. He enjoys FoCo chicken nuggets, unabashedly singing Kelly Clarkson in the shower, and answering all of your questions about global health at Dartmouth!!