Anjali Chandra, Class of 2018, concentrated in Cognitive Neuroscience and Evolutionary Psychology and received a certificate in Spanish.
While at the college she was an active part of Harvard Dharma, the Hindu students group, Harvard Development Think Tank and the Harvard College Rural Health Association. As outreach chair for Dharma, she helped organize a program called Face to Faith, funded by the Undergraduate Council, where different campus faith communities could interact through interfaith panel discussions, visiting each other's places of worship, and participating in...
Angela Leocata graduated in 2018 summa cum laude in Anthropology with a secondary in Global Health and Healthy Policy. She is driven by questions of subjectivity, suffering, and care as they are experienced in daily life. For her Hanzich fellowship, she interned with Sangath, a mental health research institute in Goa, India, on a program focused on mothers with maternal depression. She continued to participate with this organization for nine months, accumulating into her thesis project: “Reconsidering Care: ...
HGHI has some exciting new internships being offered this summer. Click here to see the full list. The internships below, including some of the newest ones, have not received many applications yet, so we encourage you to apply to them! Applying for any of these internships listed below will not count against the three application limit, so you may apply for them in addition to three others. You do not need to receive permission to submit the additional application
There is just one week left to apply for Harvard Global Health Institute's fully-funded summer internships and research placements related to public & global health. Check out our websitefor descriptions of over 40 summer opportunities in multiple countries all over the world, including Partners in Health (Boston), Save the Children (DC), World Health Organization (Geneva), Sangath (India), Perinatal HIV Research Unit (South Africa), and many more! Be sure to start your applications soon because a letter of recommendation is required, and applications for most internships are due by January 31st at 11:59 pm.
Want to learn more about careers in Global Health? Interested in options other than a clinical degree? The Harvard Global Health Institute and the Secondary Field in Global Health and Health Policy invite current Harvard undergraduates to a Career Panel next week featuring professionals working in the field of Global Health, preceded by a discussion with Suraya Dalil, the former Afghanistan Minister of Public Health.
When: Thursday, December 7th Discussion with Suraya Dalil 4:30-5:00 & Career Panel 5:00-6:30
Where: 42 Church Street 2nd Floor
Please click here to register if you think you will attend. You may attend either or both events.Dinner will be provided starting at 5.