DEADLINE EXTENDED: Apply now for the Operation Smile Research Fellowship

Operation Smile Research Fellowship

UPDATE: The new deadline to apply is April 25, 2018 Enrolled part- or full-time USC students (Master of Public Health candidates preferred) are encouraged to apply for the Operation Smile Research Fellowship by April 25, 2018.   Part of an international collaboration between the USC Institute for Global Health, Operation Smile and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, … Continue reading DEADLINE EXTENDED: Apply now for the Operation Smile Research Fellowship

02/06/18 – Info Session: International Opportunities for MPH Students

Attend this information session to learn more about Summer 2018 international opportunities for Master of Public Health students.  Tuesday, Feb. 6 | 12:00 p.m. Soto Street Building (SSB) Room 301 USC Health Sciences Campus For remote live-viewing (recording will be posted following event), please visit http://uscmphonline.adobeconnect.com/mphevent and select your sound preference: Sound option 1: Select … Continue reading 02/06/18 – Info Session: International Opportunities for MPH Students

11/10/16 – International Practicum Opportunities for MPH Students

Learn more about international practicum opportunities available to Master of Public Health students at this information session hosted by the MPH program. Hear from the practicum organizers, as well as students who have completed their global internships through these programs. Details Thursday, November 10, 2016 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Soto Street Building (SSB) 116

USC public health program turns Uganda’s fields into classrooms

Uganda Public Health immersion

Cultural barriers gave way to goals and slide-tackles in Uganda this summer as part of a public health immersion camp led by USC students and alumni. If there’s one thing that brings people together in the rural Mpigi District—it’s soccer. So, connecting the sport to public health was a logical choice for USC Institute for … Continue reading USC public health program turns Uganda’s fields into classrooms