Fall 2023 Global Health Advising Hub Events
Global Health Field Experience Info Session: Japan and Nepal (Free Pizza!)
November 2, 4:00-5:00pm, Biocommons 110A, Steenbock Library
This info session is an opportunity to meet program leaders and learn about two popular short-term summer global health field experience programs: UW Food Systems and the Environment in Northern Japan; and UW Global Health Community Health and Health Disparity in Nepal. Come join us to learn about these unique, high-impact global health opportunities and enjoy some free Ian’s pizza! Limited capacity – RSVP required!
Global Health Field Experience Info Session: Ghana & Uganda (Free Pizza!)
October 19, 4:00-5:00pm, A228 Russell Labs
This info session is an opportunity to meet program leaders and learn about two popular short-term summer global health field experience programs: UW Food Security, Community Nutrition, and Public Health in Ghana; and UW Mobile Clinics & Health Care in Uganda. Come join us to learn about these unique, high-impact global health opportunities and enjoy some free Ian’s pizza! Limited capacity – RSVP required!
Global Health Advising Hub Open House (Free Coffee & Donuts!)
October 12, 8:30-10:30am, 345 Russell Labs
Come stop by the Global Health Advising Hub to enjoy free coffee and donuts with other global health students and our advising team! Take a break before or between classes to stop by and say hello! All major and certificate students are welcome!
Global Health Undergraduate Newsletter
The weekly newsletter sent to all currently declared students is a great way to learn about interesting campus events and opportunities relevant to global health students.
Global Health Institute Events & Newsletter
The Global Health Institute brings leading researchers and practitioners to UW-Madison from across the globe. Attending these lectures and events is a great way to expand your network and learn from leaders at the forefront of the field.
Pre-Health Advising Events
The Center for Pre-Health Advising offers professional development workshops and other opportunities for students interested in professional health programs.
Institute for Regional and International Studies (IRIS)
The regional studies centers of IRIS (e.g. African Studies, LACIS, Center for South Asia, etc.) offer a host of opportunities to engage with international issues and research on campus and beyond. These lectures and events are a great way to expand your horizons and learn about international opportunities.
There are always exciting events happening across UW-Madison, and the general events calendar is a great resource for checking out the diversity of opportunities across campus.