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December 2019 Newsletter
News from the Center for Global Engagement (CGE)
As part of the Internationalization Lab process taking place on campus, the Center for Global Education Initiatives and the Office of International Services have joined forces to become the new Center for Global Engagement (CGE). In addition, Virginia Rowthorn, JD, LLM, was named AVP for CGE.
Global UMB Courses
The University of Maryland Graduate School is excited to announce a new 12-credit post-baccalaureate certificate in Global Health Innovation launching in Fall 2020. Partnering with CISG, students admitted to this program will participate in an immerse 10-week learning experience in Costa Rica taught by CISG faculty.
MPH Online has named a University System of Maryland/EDX online course as a top public health course.
Global UMB News
The seventh annual Festival of Science on November 21, 2019 featured a series of UMSOM faculty presentations focusing on the theme of "Global Health Research."
The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygience awarded the Bailey K. Ashford Medal to two experts in Tropical Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health (CVD).
UMB Faculty Senate President, Dr. Joshua Abzug, Co-leads Innovative Hand Surgery Training Site in Ghana
Surgeons from North America and Ghana collaborated to establish a long-term surgical training program in Ghana.
The Center for Global Engagement hosted an event to educate local university stakeholders about its academic partnership with the University of Haifa which was launched in 2013 by faculty from the Schools of Social Work, Law and Nursing with the goal of amplifying the noteworthy models of community collaboration occuring in Baltimore and Haifa.
Join the Latino Medical Student Association, LUCHA (Latinx Unidos for Community Healing and Awareness), and the Spanish Language Conversation Group for an interprofessional panel on immigrant health care and human services.