Global Health Case Competition
The Global Health Case Competition is a unique opportunity for students from all UMN schools and colleges to collaboratively analyze a real-world global health challenge with the goal of providing helpful strategic recommendations to move the case subject forward efficiently and effectively.
Global Health Day
Global Health Day provides an opportunity for those engaged in global health to come together, exchange knowledge across disciplines, and make connections.
Our Goal is to champion interdisciplinary opportunities to exchange knowledge and expand abilities for the advancement of global health. We accomplish this by creating global health learning opportunities, providing scholarships at home and abroad, and supporting the development of courses to help learners prepare for and conduct global health experiences.
Interested in global health but prefer to stay closer to Minnesota? Check out our Global Local Course. Offered every Fall Semester.
More Global Health Educational Opportunities from Around Campus
Global Health Certificate: Focuses on knowledge, skills, and attitudes to address health issues that transcend national boundaries, and that develop and implement solutions to health problems that requires global cooperation. The Global Health Certificate is offered by the School of Public Health but open to all students who have an undergraduate degree and have a strong interest in global health, who have a desire to understand cultures, and who want to experience first-hand a global field experience which may prepare them for work in a global setting.
Humanitarian Crisis Simulation: The Humanitarian Crisis Simulation is a 48-hour experience that is designed to immerse participants in an environment typical of humanitarian crises.
Public Health Institute: The Summer Public Health Institute offers numerous global health courses for students and practice professionals. Courses are intensive, highly interactive and application-based with opportunities for field trips, case studies, hands-on labs, and simulations. Learn more on the Public Health Institute website.