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Two GHHP students win prestigious Hoopes Prize

May 14, 2019

Global Health & Health Policy (GHHP) students and Cordeiro Fellows Ashri Anurudran and Esmé Trahair were awarded the prestigious Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize for their senior theses. Both women had spent their junior summer conducting research funded by the Cordeiro Fellowship, one of two fellowships open to GHHP Secondary Field students. Earlier this month, Esmé and Ashri presented the findings of their research to their peers and to members of the Cordeiro family.

Ashri’s economics thesis entitled “Empower to Eliminate: A Randomized Evaluation of a Sexual Violence Prevention Program in Kisumu, Kenya” was nominated by Dr. Kiran Gajwani. Esmé’s anthropology thesis entitled “The Sons of All Australia: Masculinities, Mental Health, and the ‘Aussie Bloke’” was nominated by Professor Arthur Kleinman.

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Drop-in Advising for HGHI Internship Applications

January 29, 2019

If you have questions about applying for HGHI summer internships, you're welcome to come for drop-in advising.

  • Where: 14 Story Street 4th floor conference room
  • When: Wednesday, January 30th 2pm-4pm

Wondering which HGHI internships to apply for?

January 28, 2019

The internships listed below 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 applications.

Blogs from HGHI Summer Interns

September 28, 2018

Please click the links below to read blog articles written by HGHI Summer Undergraduate Fellows. 

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Anjali Chandra

Profile: Anjali Chandra

June 11, 2018

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...

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