GLOBALtimore Courses

Since its start in 2020, GLOBALtimore Teaching Fellows have integrated global concepts into nine new or existing courses, reaching more than 250 students across UMB's seven schools and international partner institutions.

“Profession and Professionalism”

UMB School of Dentistry

Kate Noonan, PhD, Senior Director, Special Projects for the Dean and Fotini Anagnostopoulos-King, DMD, Clinical Director and Clinical Assistant Professor

Enrollment: 129 UM School of Dentistry students

“Infectious Disease Epidemiology: A Global Perspective”

UMB School of Medicine

Lyndsay O’Hara, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health

Enrollment: 10 students: a mix of PhD Epi students, clinical fellows who are enrolled in the certificate in clinical research program, MPH students, and MD/PhD students

“Introduction to Global Health in Dentistry”

UMB School of Dentistry

Eve Desai, DDS, Clinical Instructor, School of Dentistry

Enrollment: 12 SOD students

“Interdisciplinary HIV Services: Learning from Differentiated Care Models in Botswana and Baltimore”

UMB School of Social Work and the University of Botswana

Caroline Long Burry, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Global Initiatives at UM School of Social Work

Enrollment: 12 students: 10 SSW, 1 Pharmacy, and 1 Nursing.

“Intercultural Leadership Competencies for Global Collaboration”

UMB School of Dentistry and Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health in Brazil

Isabel Rambob, DDS, Clinical Assistant Professor, UM School of Dentistry

Enrollment: 6 SOD students

“A Tale of Two Cities: Social Justice Practice in Divided Cities”

UMB School of Social Work and the University of Haifa in Israel

Corey Shdaimah, LLM, PhD, Daniel Thursz Distinguished Professor of Social Justice

Enrollment: 21 students: 4 from UMB (SOL, SSW, GS) and 17 from University of Haifa

“Cross-Cultural Qualitative Methods”

UMB School of Social Work and the Northeastern University School of Humanities and Law in China

Deborah Gioia, PhD, Associate Professor

Enrollment: 25 students in SSW

“IPE Care in Geriatrics – Aging in Place Program”

UMB School of Pharmacy and the University of Helsinki in Finland

Nicole J. Brandt, PharmD, MBA, BCGP, BCPP, FASCP, Executive Director, The Peter Lamy Center on Drug Therapy and Aging & Professor, Pharmacy Practice and Science; and Daniel Mansour, PharmD, BCGP, FASCP, Interprofessional Clinical Coordinator

Enrollment: 19 students and trainees: 6 RN to BSN, 3 PharmD, 8 CNL, 3 AuD, 1 MD, 1 MPH (post doc), 1 PhD, 1 MSN, 1 RN

“Environmental Justice, Human Rights and Public Health”

UMB School of Law

Diane Hoffmann, Peter Danchin, and Bob Percival

Enrollment: Fall 2021 - 19 students – 9 UM Law students and 10 students joining from University of Malawi Chancellor College.