Applications open, Emory Global Health Institute’s Student Advisory Committee

Applications open, Emory Global Health Institute’s Student Advisory Committee

The Emory Global Health Institute’s Student Advisory Committee (SAC) is comprised of students from every school across the University.

The purpose of the SAC is to bring together diverse students with an interest in global health with the goal of fostering cross-disciplinary student networking and collaboration. Members of the Student Advisory Committee are responsible for bringing the student perspective to EGHI, especially with regards to student opportunities and experiences, and to serve as advocates for EGHI and liaisons between it and other students. Since 2009, the Student Advisory Committee has helped implement EGHI’s annual Emory Global Health Case Competitions. The Student Advisory Committee is also responsible for coordinating other annual initiatives such as speaker series, film series, or other activities the group determines will add value to the life of the University.

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  • Research In Progress Series November 30, 2022 at 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CNR 4001Zoom link:… Event Type: Seminar SeriesSeries: Research In Progress SpeakerSpeaker: VariesContact Name: Nikita Burks-HaleContact Email: nikita.burks-hale@emory.eduRIPS seminar series provide a space to regularly come together, learn about the exciting research happening among EH faculty, research staff, post-doctoral fellows, and doctoral students, have an opportunity to exchange ideas and generate discussion around ongoing research. Join us!
  • Convos on Tap December 1, 2022 at 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm RSPH Skybridge Event Type: Student EventJoin your RSPH peers and RSGA for the last Convos on Tap of the semester! RSVP through the Corq app!
  • Mind, Body and Soul: A Summit on HIV and Faith December 1, 2022 at 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Candler School of Theology 3rd Floor Atrium Event Type: Special EventSpeaker: Multiple PanelistsContact Name: Neena Smith-BankheadContact Email: nsmithb@emory.eduLink: 2-panel discussion will address the role of faith in addressing the HIV epidemic and why faith is crucial in ending the HIV epidemic in the southern United States. Three 3 performances and refreshments provided.

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