Check out our photos from one of the most exciting DGHI events of the year! On 11/5/18, nearly 100 students exhibited posters and shared findings and reflections from their summer global health fieldwork.
With her 3-month old baby in tow, DGHI professor Catherine Staton made a motion at the Safety 2018 World conference in Thailand to formally recognize alcohol as a leading contributor to injuries, violence and non-communicable diseases. Her motion was passed in a rousing round of applause! #WorkingMoms
It's been great having 9 extra students this semester from our "sister" MS in Global Health program at Duke Kunshan University! Read about why they're here and how they feel about their authentic Blue Devil experience.
Great multimedia story about Duke-led efforts to address sanitation challenges in low-resource communities by reinventing the toilet--that is, developing and commercializing technologies that improve access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene. Shout out to DGHI professors Marc Deshusses and Brian Stoner.
We're excited to announce the winners of this year's student fieldwork photo contest! As DGHI professor Sumi Ariely said in her remarks last night, these photos, along with the 56 others submitted, "are an invitation for all of us to push the boundaries of our thinking, and to push our understanding outside of our comfort zones." Huge thanks to our 22 participants for engaging in this process! To see all the entries, visit our Flickr album: https://flic...