The world faces unprecedented public health challenges that require global solutions, from infectious disease and pandemics to environmental pollution and climate change. The college’s Global Health Institute (GHI) provides a comprehensive and integrated focal point for innovative public health education, collaborative research, and experiential learning with many global partners. Students are demanding a global education, and one mission of the GHI is to prepare the next generation of global health leaders. We are providing students with real-world experiences and skills, essential for their success in working with partners around the world to provide real solutions to the ever-changing landscape of global health problems.
Your support will help grow our programs to train globally minded and culturally competent public health professionals who will meet the interconnected health challenges of tomorrow. We will use contributions to launch international pilot projects, and fund students for global research and experiential learning experiences that will train experienced and innovative public health professionals to shape the future of world health.
Fund Raising Goals
|Endowed Chair||$2,000,000: UA Eminent Scholar: match the payout for 5 years|
|Pilot Projects||$500,000: (4 projects/year @ $25,000 each for 3 years)|
|Student Global Scholarships||$150,000: (6 scholarships per year @ $5,000 each for 5 years)|
|Young Global Scholarships (HS)||$50,000 (20 scholarships per year @$500 each for 5 years)|
|New Strategic Initiatives||$500,000 (support the implementation of new initiatives from the strategic plan)|
|Optional Naming Opportunities|
|Naming Opportunity for GHI||$5,000,000|
|Endowed Distinguished Prof.||$800,000|
|Endowed Global Scholarship||Starts at $50,000|
The Young Global Leader Program
The Young Global Leader Program gives rising 11th and 12th graders the opportunity to explore public health through hands-on experiences in research, academic track exploration, career exploration, participation in professional lectures and seminars, lab experiences and team-based learning.Give Now
New Online MPH in Global Health Builds Skills for International Programs and Research
To help prepare the next-generation of professionals to solve emerging global public health challenges, the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health now offers a new Online MPH in Global Health. The new degree program will train working professionals and remote students in the systems and methods used to implement international health programs and conduct global public health research.
Young Global Leaders Program Engages High School Students with Public Health
This year for the annual Young Global Leaders program, the Global Health Institute (GHI) partnered with the college's Environment, Exposure Science and Risk Assessment Center (ESRAC) to deliver a new version of the program – Young Global Leaders: An Integrated Lab Experience Summer Program.
Doctoral Student Leads Research Project to Evaluate Health and Safety for Tobacco Workers in India
In Mysuru (Mysore) District, India, doctoral student Priyanka Ravi, MDS, has embarked on a groundbreaking mixed-methods research study that aims to shed light on the occupational exposures faced by tobacco farmers and women beedi workers who process the tobacco
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Director of Development