Emory Case Competition

Dartmouth is competing in the 2015 Emory International Global Health Case Competition! Students from at least three schools (undergraduate, Geisel, Tuck, Thayer, TDI) will be selected as part of an interdisciplinary team of 4-6 students. The competition will take place at Emory on Saturday, March 28, 2015. 

Application deadline: January 22, 2015 at 4:00pm. 

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The competition is an opportunity for students from 24 national and international universities to learn about, develop, and recommend innovative solutions for a 21st century global health problem. The case topic may include issues relating to health care policy, public health implementation and planning, business partnership/investment, medical research, logistics and management, or other global health arenas.

View cases from past competitions. 

Liberian YALI Fellow Returns to Campus

The Dickey Center welcomes back to campus Patrice Juah, a recent Liberian Fellow in President Obama's Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI). She will be speaking at a student-only event sponsored by the Dickey Center's student health organization, the Dartmouth Coalition for Global Health, about the Ebola crisis and the anti-stigma campaign she and the Arterial Network, a Pan-African network of artists, activists, and others, recently launched called "Ebola Is Not My Identity."

Juah has a busy schedule this week. She will be meeting with many Dartmouth YALI program partners and with Dartmouth's Emergency Planning Group, which is outlining policies and actions for addressing a response to potential Ebola threats on campus. Juah has been away from Liberia for 26 days and has cleared the monitoring period. In addition, she's being interviewed by the Standpoints student global health magazine and meeting with various faculty.

She also will be giving a talk at FH Clothing in Quechee, VT, on Friday, November 21 at 3pm that is open to the public.

A Team Effort in Tanzania

Fall 2014 | Dartmouth Medicine

Read about the experience of Tanzanian Issac Maro, MD, MPH ('09) in the DarDar medical student exchange program at the Geisel Medical School. Maro worked with Ford von Reyn, MD, director of the DarDar Health Study and associate director Richard Waddell, MD. He also collaborated with Lisa Adams, MD, associate dean for global health and director of the Dickey Center's Global Health Initiative, to create a pediatric HIV clinic that serves children in Dar es Salaam.

Read the entire story in Dartmouth Medicine

A New Global Health Partnership in Vietnam

The Dickey Center’s Global Health Initiative has been actively developing a rich portfolio of partnerships with the twin aims of expanding student engagement and research collaboration. This summer GHI Program Manager, Jessica Friedman, journeyed to Hanoi, Vietnam to meet partners at Population Health and Development (PHAD) to conduct a site assessment and experience first-hand the impact of the research studies three students had been working on that summer.

PHAD has been a research collaborator with Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Joseph Rosen, MD and UCLA’s Peter Katona, MD working on a mobile disease surveillance system. The system has been designed to report live epidemiological data of specific infectious diseases, as collected by commune health centers, through a text messaging system. Based on Dartmouth’s ongoing collaborative work with PHAD, program managers at both institutions quickly identified two studies for students work on over the summer of 2014: the mMOM project on child maternal health and a mental health project.

Capstone Project


​ A capstone project includes a field experience and a final project. Both the field experience and final project must represent work completed independently of a class.

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