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Global/Local: What does it mean for global health educators and how do we do it?
Download slides from the March 2015 workshop.
The summary and full reports from the 2015 Workshop are available here.
First panel: Conceptual Issues in Global/Local Education and Practice
All Over the Map: The Search for Coherency in the Concept of Global/Local
Virginia Rowthorn, JD, University of Maryland School of Law, Co-Director, University of Maryland Center for Global Education Initiatives
Global/Local: A False Dichotomy?
Dr. Neal Sobania, Professor, Department of History, Pacific Lutheran University; Editor, Putting the Local in Global Education: Transformative learning through domestic off-campus programs (Stylus Publishing)
Global/Local Education: It's all about the "context"
Dr. Jane Lipscomb, Professor, University of Maryland School of Nursing; Director, University of Maryland Center for Community Based Engagement and Learning
Social Accountability, Prestige, Proximity: Toward Collapsing the Wall between Global and Local Health Education and Practice
Dr. Jessica Evert, Executive Director of CFHI and Clinical Faculty Member, Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco
Highlighted Organization: "Global to Local: A Working Model in Seattle"
Global to Local - King County, Washington
Adam Taylor, Executive Director, Global to Local
Second Panel: Practical Issues in Global/Local in Education – How Do We Do It?
Around the World and Back Again: Making the Local to Global Connection in Health Science Education
Lori DiPrete Brown, Associate Director for Education and Engagement, Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Global Public Health Scholars: A Glo-Lo Living and Learning Program
Dr. Elisabeth Maring, Director of Global Health Initiatives, Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health, University of Maryland School of Public Health
The Global Local Divide: Impact on Career Paths and Employment Opportunities
Dr. Sharon Rudy, Director, USAID Global Health Fellows Program II
Lessons from Ebola: A Global/Local Crisis
Dr. Jody Olsen, University of Maryland School of Social Work; Co-Director, University of Maryland Center for Global Education Initiatives
Without Borders: Global and Local = GLOCAL (Next Steps)
Dr. Lori Edwards, Associate Director for Global Occupational Health, Office of Global Health, University of Maryland School of Nursing