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The Center for Global Education Initiatives is an educational and experiential learning center for University of Maryland, Baltimore faculty and students who are interested in global education opportunties. We promote and support interprofessional global health education, identify global themes that can be contextualized locally, and facilitate academic work related to global education and competencies.
Thanks to all who joined us for our global forum, Mat Chats 2016 where students shared some of their insights from their international field experiences this past summer. Please visit these pages to read more about their interprofessional projects and individual student experiences.
OCT 24: Join us for this panel discussion on Refugees from the Middle East: Global and Local Issues, CEUs are offered. School of Social Work Auditorium, 5:00 - 6:30 pm.
DEC 4: Deadline to enter the CUGH Global Health Essay Contest. This year essays will be judged in three categories including students, faculty/practitioners, and students for whom English is not their primary language. Monetary prizes of $500 in addition to free registration to the conference will be awarded to the winners. The 2017 Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) annual meeting will be held in Washington, DC this year.
Individual UMB students were provided support from the Center for Global Education Initiatives to work internationally under the mentorship of UMB faculty from the schools of law, medicine, dentistry, social work and pharmacy. Students traveled to Honduras, Tanzania, India, Cambodia, Malawi, Switzerland, and Rwanda.
Find out where CGEI
faculty grantees have
worked with their inter-
professional groups of
students and their
CGEI Student Winter 2017 Grants
Global health interprofessional projects will take students to India and Israel to work in interprofessional teams with UMB faculty and their international partners.
Find UMB interprofessional grant opportunities and international travel guidance, and other resources
Look for opportunities for global research and service activities
Find international travel guidelines and other resources
Read about faculty and student global health projects