From streetcars in Milwaukee and aging buses in Madison, to cleaner air and better bikes, the 2019-2020 Health-Oriented Transportation (HOT) Innovation Scholars brought local perspectives to international issues of transportation and health upon completion of …
Strength In Connection, the October 2017 Global Health Institute Director’s Report is now available online. Learn about GHI’s education program and our future leaders. Check in with virus sleuth Tony Goldberg See how GHI grants …
GHI is looking for a social media savvy communications intern who is also ready to help with other projects.
Dane County Board passes UniverCity Alliance to collaborate with students
Wisconsin Health News announces twenty-six new Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine students.
Wisconsin Express program teaches students about health care in underserved areas
Congratulations to our 2017 global health certificate graduates!
CIHR fellow & GHI collaborator Dr. Maggie Grabow evaluates feasibility of “Social Prescriptions” for college students.
Global health students among 2017 Wisconsin Without Borders award winners
Global Health certificate earner among those awarded Wisconsin Idea Fellowships.
Graduate/Professional Certificate in Global Health Alexandra MacMillan Uribe among members chosen for Bouchet Graduate Honor Society
Wisconsin Without Borders Marketplace makes a difference throughout globe.
Swetha Saseedhar, a Global Health student, helped complete a comprehensive study on poverty in southern Wisconsin.
GHI welcomed 40 students from seven area high schools for High School Global Health Day.
Valerie Stull, PhD student under Jonathan Patz, featured in NPR piece
The UW System includes funding to expand UniverCity Year, a project co-founded by GHI, in its budget request.
From Ecuador to Ethiopia, Global Health Field Courses allow students to explore and learn more about communities around the world. Even though the experience takes them several thousand miles away, students learn how many of …
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.
UW-Madison ranks second in the Peace Corps college ranking of college recruits.