Looking for ways to get involved in global health outside the classroom? VIGH helps connect students in several ways.
The annual case competition is designed to engage students in real-world global health challenges by introducing them to diverse factors that impact decision-making. The goal of the case competition is to foster critical analysis and thoughtful action. Undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from across the university participate in multidisciplinary, multi-school teams to tackle a real-life global health case, working together to develop an innovative solution.
The purpose of the Student Advisory Council, which is comprised of graduate and undergraduate students from various schools across the university, is to bring together diverse students interested in global health with the goal of fostering cross-disciplinary student networking and collaboration. Members of the Student Advisory Council are responsible for bringing the student perspective to the institute, especially with regards to student opportunities and experiences.