The Wisconsin Partnership Program awarded nine grants that will improve health throughout Wisconsin with better nutrition, better maternal care, alcohol reduction and more.
Yoshihiro Kawaoka, a researcher from UW-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine and member of the GHI Advisory, to receive Japan Academy award on June 27, 2016
Fish, floods and diabetes under scrutiny with four new GHI Seed Grants.
For countries to sharply reduce carbon emissions while also meeting the increasing demand for electrical energy, it’s widely recognized that nuclear power needs to be part of the solution, and UW-Madison has a giant role.
The 18th year of the Wisconsin Idea Fellowships will feature nine unique undergraduate projects at home and across the world: The closest within 500 feet of campus. The furthest over 7,700 miles away.
Coming to a Wisconsin community near you this summer: New sustainability initiatives. Or perhaps, Shakespeare. All part of the second-annual Wisconsin Open Education Community Fellowships.
This story was first published on the Morgridge Center for Community Service website site.Eight UW-Madison projects are being honored for their community-engaged focus on global malnutrition, waterborne illness, Wisconsin Native public health, Latina women’s mental health and more. Three …
Global health was well represented when the International Division and IRIS awarded new seed grants.
Since 2005, the Women’s Philanthropy Council Champion Awards have honored one man and one woman whose efforts have advanced the status of women at the University of Wisconsin—Madison. GHI’s Lori DiPrete Brown is among this year’s honorees.
Life sciences communication professor Patty Loew, a member of the GHI Advisory, fosters intercultural learning with workshops that help tribal teens tell their stories in a digital world.
Girls’ health, open spaces, West Nile virus and cardiac care are among the topics University of Wisconsin-Madison investigators will explore with awards announced March 28, 2016, by the Global Health Institute (GHI). The Institute awarded …
Wisconsin Without Borders is accepting nominations for its annual awards for students, faculty and staff recognizing community engagement.
Watch the video as GHI Director Jonathan Patz and colleagues report live from the United Nations climate talks in Paris.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) will recognize University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Jonathan Patz’s pioneering work in climate change and health when he receives the Homer Calver Award on Monday, November 2, at the association’s …
Apply now for 2016 Global Health Institute grants and awards for faculty, staff and graduate students.
UW alum’s Nobel Prize work improves the health and well-being of millions.
UW Leading $2.6 Million Effort To Improve Solar Power Plants
GHI Seed Grant Results: Child care, help at home could increase Malian women farmers’ productivity.
UW 2020: New VCRGE program to support early stage research