2021-2022 USC Global Health Lecture Series

The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health works across disciplines to address the disparities, inequities and broad determinants of health that impact our world. IIGH is university-wide and driven by excellence in research, education and action. The overall goal of the lecture series is to help facilitate conversation between the local and the global, across continents and disciplines, to highlight new developments and promising practices.

Details regarding each lecture series event can be found below.

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.
Historical Perspectives on Health Inequality in Africa: Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel? - The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health and the USC Gehr Family Center for Health Systems Science and Innovation hosted a virtual lecture featuring Professor Joachim Osur, vice chancellor […]
When Climate Change is Everything, How Do We Manage the World and Leave No One Behind? - On Oct. 19, USC IIGH hosted Rachel Kyte, dean of The Fletcher School at Tufts University. Dr. Kyte, named by Time magazine as one of the 15 most influential women […]
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 […]