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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.
Student funding and travel opportunities are offered by other professional organizations and institutions. These awards offer opportunities to travel and work internationally and help defray travel expenses. Check them out; applications are open and deadlines are approaching.
Global to Local is an organization that has tested multiple strategies that have proven successful around the world while deeply engaging local communities to determine how those successful global strategies can be tailored to local needs. Adam Taylor, Executive Director of Global to Local, discusses the importance of Supporting locally driven development through a global lens.
FEB 6: Attend the inaugural event of Institute for Global Health Seminar (PDF). Guest speaker, Michele Barry, Senior Associate Dean of Global Health at Stanford University School of Medicine, will present, "The Health Impact of Megacities: a growing issue." 12 noon, HSF II Auditorium, 20 Penn St, first floor.
Read about the summer 2017 interprofessional global health projects.
UMB global health interprofessional projects will take students to Botswana, Egypt, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Zambia this summer to work in interprofessional teams with UMB faculty and their international partners.
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.
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Look for opportunities for global research and service activities
Find international travel guidelines and other resources
Read about faculty and student global health projects