Student Travel Symposium

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The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) offers students an array of fellowships, internships, courses and other opportunities. During a travel symposium students in different degree programs shared about their time away, the work they did to prepare, and how they see these experiences shaping their career paths in global health and beyond. If you are interested in learning more about the enriching opportunities that exist through IIGH you are encouraged to watch the live stream of the event.

Courses, Fellowships and Other Opportunities

Geneva, Switzerland
IIGH brings students to Geneva to engage with global health institutions and participate in the World Health Assembly to learn about global health governance and diplomacy in practice.

Costa Rica
Graduate students are able to participate in a unique course taught by IIGH faculty in Costa Rica exploring health and sustainable development.

Breman Global Health Fellowship
Offered each year, the Breman Fellowship supports students to strengthen their interest and engagement in global health. This year’s fellowships took place in Uganda and Costa Rica.

IIGH has established multiple partnerships with civil society organizations across the world, offering students the chance to work and learn from these organizations, including LBHM a pro-bono legal aid institute based in Indonesia.

Student Speakers

William Jardell – Moderator
Geneva Course 2019
Costa Rica Course 2018

Agnes Premkumar
Breman Global Health Fellow 2019
Costa Rica Course 2019

Jeannette Ban
Costa Rica Course 2019

Dana Nordenstrom, MPH
Geneva Course 2019
Costa Rica Course 2018

Miles Lambert-Peck
Breman Global Health Fellow 2019
Geneva Course 2019

Krisha Mae Cabrera
Internship in Indonesia with LBHM

Live Stream

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