- Participate in the 2022 Global Health Case Competition - virtually this February. The USC Global Health Case Competition brings together teams of students from all disciplines to tackle a critical global health challenge.
- 2022 Global Health Case Competition Virtual Mixer - The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health will be hosting a virtual mixer for students interested in participating in the Global Health Case Competition.
- USC leans into addressing health inequalities with the hire of global health and human rights leader Jonathan Cohen - LOS ANGELES — The University of Southern California (USC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jonathan Cohen as Director of Policy Engagement for the USC Institute on Inequalities in […]
- USC IIGH Fall Student Symposium - Want to hear from your fellow students and learn more about the opportunities available through the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (USC IIGH)?
- USC IIGH addresses climate change and its impacts on human rights through global collaboration - The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health (IIGH) has always included in its work a focus on sustainable development and climate change, including addressing the economic, social and political factors that fuel the relationships between power and poverty.
- Un(Just) Recovery: Addressing COVID-Related Inequalities in Los Angeles - The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health, in partnership with the USC Dornsife Equity Research Institute, the USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation, the USC-Keck Human Rights Clinic, the USC Keck Division of […]
- Emotional Contagion in Times of COVID: From Fear to Hope - “We all need to remember that we are making history. COVID is going to be a significant memory in both individual and collective history. So, the more we can make […]
- Drones Course Ignites Participant’s Passion for Global Health - Nicole Palermo, a recent USC graduate and Health Consulting Analyst, participated in this year’s course. “I chose to take this course to reignite my passion for Global Health and to explore the evolution of the Global Health field after COVID-19.”