Center for Global Health Awards 84 Student Travel Grants
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health recently announced the winners of both the Global Health Field Research Award and the Established Field Placement Award. Eighty-four students were awarded travel grants, setting a new record for the number of awardees for the Center. The objective of both programs is to enhance the recruitment of students into global health research and practice careers by providing them the means to work with faculty mentors and to travel overseas to gain valuable experience.
Consistent with the program's goal to support students in a wide range of disciplines necessary to respond to today's global health challenges, this group of eighty-four awardees features students pursuing degrees in a variety of fields including Public Health, Nursing, and Engineering.
See the complete list of winners below and click on the awardees to learn more about their projects:
Global Health Field Research Awards (GHFRA)
Global Health Established Field Placements (GHEFP)
Mignote Solomon Haile
Hsu Hnin Mon
Ping Teresa Yeh
Arts & Sciences: