Join us for a study break at CGH on the Corner. Smoothies from B. Good and a great place to study!
Join us a CGH Study Break to learn more about the 2018 CGH Global Health Case Competition!
Wednesday 6 December, 7-9PM, Clemson Library, 4th floor
Sunday, November 6-Friday, December 15: Applications open
Sunday, November 9: Study break in Clemons Library @ 4-6 pm
Wednesday, December 20: Teams informed of application status
Monday, January 22: Case released
Saturday, January 27: COMPETITION DAY!
World AIDS Day 2017
Since the very beginning of the epidemic, the HIV response has been centred on human rights, equity and communities, the very foundations upon which universal health coverage has been built.
Discover careers that make a difference. Meet local professionals from the community as they share experiences and knowledge working in nonprofits, how to make a career out of advocacy and activism work, discuss identity in service careers. Join keynote Tamara Wilkerson Dias, an alumna who was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for her work in public service.
Why you should attend Serving Society:
Dr. Jen Kates is Vice President and Director of Global Health & HIV Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation, where she oversees the Foundation’s policy analysis and research focused on the U.S. government’s role in global health and on the global and domestic HIV epidemics. Widely regarded as an expert in the field, she regularly publishes and presents on global health and HIV policy issues and is particularly known for her work analyzing donor government investments in global health; assessing and mapping the U.S.
Global Health Month is designed to promote engagement, connections, and interest in global health research and scholarship. This dinner series, focused on interdisciplinary global health opportunities and critical areas of engagement with faculty leaders and peers, culminates with the Annual CGH Research Symposium.
Global Health Research: Mentorship and Methodology
Wednesday 13 September 2017, 6-8PM
Keynote: Professor Rupa Valdez, Public Health Sciences
Focused on 1st and 2nd year undergraduate students