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Early Successes of the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants

May 17, 2021
In the first six months of the project, NRC-RIM has reached hundreds of professionals and practitioners in training, webinars, in-depth interviews, and information campaigns.
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Convening for care: UMN partners with Ghana NGO on obstetric fistula training

May 16, 2021
In March, MSSI and CGHSR partnered again to co-host a two-day long virtual panel discussion and training on obstetric fistula, a topic of vital importance in the region.
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Updates from the Field: Jessica Deere, CGHSR Scholar

May 12, 2021
Jessica Deere (center) stands with project collaborators. From left to right: Priscilla Shao (JGI), Dr. Dismas Mwacha (JGI), Dr. Jessica Deere, Dr. Anthony Collins (JGI), Dr. Thomas Gillespie (Emory University) Jessica Deere, one of our…
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Spring Funding Opportunities from CGHSR

May 5, 2021
Our global health funding opportunities support faculty and students at the University in their global health endeavors around the world. RFPs for Faculty Mentor Awards and Seed Grants are now available.
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Interdisciplinary Teamwork Can Solve the World’s Grand Health Challenges

March 23, 2021
The Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility’s (CGHSR) Global Health Case Competition has drawn students from multiple schools and disciplines at the University for the last 8 years. The unique interprofessional learning…
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An Update on CGHSR's National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants

February 26, 2021
With funding support from the CDC and the International Organization for Migration, CGHSR has established the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants.
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Global Health Seed Grants: Request for Proposals

February 21, 2021
CGHSR released the 2021 RFP for Global Health Seed Grant proposals to fund new interdisciplinary research collaborations to advance new global health research. Proposals are due Friday, May 21.
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University of Minnesota establishes the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants and Migrants

November 18, 2020
With support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the International Organization for Migration, the U of M has established a new center on COVID-19 prevention, control and mitigation.

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