Global health presents multifaceted problems that need multidisciplinary solutions. HGHI provides Harvard undergraduates with opportunities to think critically and to engage actively with public and global health challenges. HGHI collaborates with departments across the university, student organizations, and partners around the world to facilitate unique opportunities for learning. Students learn to work in a global community through coursework, research positions, internships, interactive workshops, and other experiential learning opportunities. It will take leaders from all disciplines and sectors to solve global health problems; HGHI is helping prepare the next generation of practitioners and leaders in global health.
Upcoming Events and Opportunities
HGHI sends out a biweekly student bulletin with upcoming global health events, organization applications, research internships, etc. Click below to see previous issues:
Guide to Global Health
At Harvard, there are many ways to engage in global health beyond the classroom. The Harvard Global Health Institute’s Student Ambassadors have put together a resource guide with information about classes, student groups, internships, research opportunities, funding, and more for students interested in public and global health. Click below to access the guide:
If you’re interested in discussing student opportunities, summer funding, research, or internships, Emily has virtual office hours for Harvard undergraduates on Wednesdays from 2:30-5pm EST. You can sign up for a 30-minute time slot here or email email@example.com to set up another time.