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In our latest commencement-themed video series, DGHI faculty members share their career advice for new global health graduates. This trailer shows that no two DGHI professors think alike! Check out all 8 videos at the link in our profile! #DGHIwisdom #GlobalHealth #DGHI #DukeMScGH #DukeGHmajor #CareerAdvice
DGHI is grateful to Duke President Richard Brodhead for his vision in establishing our institute 10 years ago, understanding well the important role Duke could play in solving complex health challenges, educating and training future global health leaders,  and advancing health equity around the globe. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
This team of students, named Farm to Family, won professor Gavin Yamey's Policy Idol competition Tuesday! Their policy approach to boosting food security in North Carolina won them all the cool swag they have in the photo. #GHmajor #GlobalHealth #DGHI #HealthPolicy
This past Monday, students in the GH major capstone class presented their projects. Well done students! #DGHI #GlobalHealth #GHmajor
This is MScGH student Hillary Richards, third from left, with first responding doctors. One year after the devastating earthquake in Nepal, she reflects on her summer fieldwork there in an article linked in our bio. #DGHI #GlobalHealth #NepalEarthquake
Dr. Henry Rice, Duke pediatric surgeon and #DGHI faculty member, working with colleagues and collaborators in Guatemala last week. Rice leads the Duke-Guatemala Pediatric Surgery/Urology Project, an ongoing clinical, educational and research collaboration with the Moore Pediatric Surgery Center in Guatemala. @mendingkids #globalsurgery #GlobalHealth #DGHI
Today, Dr. Marilia Sa Carvalho delivered a lecture at Duke titled
Can oral health affect an individual's cognitive abilities? Check out the newsletter article linked in our bio to find out!

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Photo by Steve Evans; reprinted with permission through Creative Commons.
Students compete for coolest #globalhealth innovation at #CUGH2016. DGHI professor Gavin Yamey competes for coolest socks. (Caption creds to Gradian Health)
DGHI students reppin' Duke from the west coast! 
#cugh2016 #DGHI 
Thanks to @chaarzard for this great photo!
#Repost #DukeMScGH @sulzhanbali
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Duke game strong at #CUGH @dukeghi
Next at bat: the Global Healthletes IM softball team! The team is comprised of mostly first and second year MScGH students along with a few others. Their record is currently 1-1-1 which is exciting since the majority of the team has never played before. Thanks to Denali Dahl for submitting this photo!

"The foundation of global health is in relationships. This is where the joy of global health is.” DGHI professor John Bartlett urges global health graduates to work hard, be humble, and nurture relationships. #DGHIwisdom

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According to DGHI assistant professor Sumi Ariely, it’s important for new grads to “actively seek out experts who can directly or indirectly help them to develop expertise and impact.” #DGHIwisdom

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DGHI is grateful to Duke President Richard Brodhead for his vision in establishing our institute 10 years ago, understanding well the important role Duke could play in solving complex health challenges, educating and training future global health leaders, and advancing health equity around the globe. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.

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DGHI professor Dennis Clements and his wife, Martha Ann Keels, recently established a fund as part of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Global Health Matching Grant. Their fund will provide support for experiential learning and research opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and professional students pursuing global health studies in DGHI. Learn more about their motivation for investing in DGHI!

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SAVE THE DATE --> 19 May 2016 #PublicHealth and #HumanRights apply now! #EIUCTraining

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Meet DGHI's newest seven faculty members, hailing from a wide range of disciplines!

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Training Tomorrow's Global Health Leaders: Senior Voices 2014
Global Mental Health at Duke
Finding Your Niche at Duke
DGHI Research Series: Road traffic injuries
Connecting Students With Research, Their Communities & The World
New Course: Primate Disease Ecology and Global Health
Engineering Solutions for Global Health
The Voices of Global Health Showcase
Studying Global Health in the Peruvian Amazon:  A Bass Connections Project
Introducing 2013-14 Doris Duke Fellows at Duke University