We are looking for students with a passion for global health to join our group of scholars.

What does it mean to be a global health scholar? Here’s what we do:

  • For the first two years, scholars meet 1-2 times per month for article discussions, documentary screenings, skills nights, and guest lectures. The curriculum is designed to expose scholars to a wide variety of topics and experiences that enable them to explore the ethics, challenges and opportunities in global health.
  • In years 3 and 4 scholars meet intermittently between rotations to discuss interesting cases they have seen that are related to global health. Scholars in year 4 are given support in finding international rotations. For example, the Center for Health Equity has a research collaboration with the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Tanzania. Other sites include China and Rwanda.
  • Organize talks and panels for the Dartmouth community, where we learn from doctors and experts involved with international health.
  • Attend and travel to conferences together. Students have presented at CUGH, Unite for Sight, Global Health Day and more.
  • Provide research support. Scholars collaborate and support each other while they pursue summer research experiences and elective rotations abroad.
  • Participate in community service through local organizations such as the Burlington refugee clinic program.

Here’s what is required:

  • Being a global health scholar is a four year commitment
  • During the summer between first and second year, you are encouraged to complete a service or research project
  • You are encouraged to complete a capstone project during a fourth year elective
  • We require attendance for all guest lectures and speakers

If you are interested in joining our group, then please click here to apply. Applications open during M1 orientation and close several days into the school year. 



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