The Nelson Institute explores what is meant by “a livable city”.
Take this opportunity to learn about new Massive Open Online Courses being offered through UW!
Read to learn more about increasing popularity of global health programs at the University of Wisconsin.
A recent study begins to fill the gaps on what is known about herbal medicine use in Midwestern US popoulations.
Read more about the connections between biking and economics that have recently been presented to Wisconsin’s policy makers, and why it’s so important that they are heard!
Read more about how GHI is assisting graduate students through our Research Awards.
Check out this recording of a talk on climate change, water resources and health by Jonathan Patz.
Explore this article to see how climate change is predicted to affect Wisconsin.
A deadly virus is taking out significant percentages of the nation’s pigs.
Listen to this talk with Entomologist Susan Paskewitz to learn more about Wisconsin’s tick populations.
Mango trees are making more than just an economic difference in Haiti.
UW-Madison students propose an award winning idea for innovation in agriculture!
Check out this article about our very own, Lori Diprete Brown, and the inspiration for her latest novel.
An inspirational example of how taking action can make a big difference when it comes to global health challenges.
Check out this article on the Global Health Symposium at UW-Madison!
Learn more about the Holt Prize. Fulfill the Wisconsin Idea!
Read about the new Director of Global Health Initiatives for Nursing students – Karen Solheim!
Read more about how GHI is helping to get high school students interested in public health.
A great example of how our global health students are making a difference.
Read more about the 2014 Compassion in Action International Health Leadership Award recipient, William Pennant.