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Launched in fall 2013, Duke’s global health major enables students to work alongside some of Duke’s best faculty, expand their classroom learning through exciting fieldwork opportunities and customize a college experience that uniquely prepares them for their desired career path. #duke #globalhealth #statistics #major #career
Duke student Kendall Covington helped WISER engineering club students (pictured) learn to solder #tuesdaynewsday #duke #globalhealth #institute #engineering #story  @wiser_international
Photo taken in Moshi, Tanzania, one of DGHI's priority locations. #mondayquote #globalhealth #improvinglives #hope #tanzania #duke
DGHI celebrated the Chinese New Year in the office today! #lunch #celebration #duke
Senior Scott Boisvert has a resume full of global health work, check out his #profile on the #DGHI #website!
DGHI Eve Puffer Received Emerging Global Health Leader Award #research #improvingmentalhealth #innovation #collaboration #leadership @dukeuniversity
DGHI travel grants pave the way for International Research. Applications for travel grants due March 2. #research #changetheworld #globalhealth
DGHI Faculty Kate Whetten tells us why she loves global health #iheartglobalhealth #duke #faculty #quotes
DGHI loves global health #faculty #fightdisease #duke #iheartglobalhealth @dukeuniversity
This Valentine's Day weekend, DGHI celebrates what we love about global health #faculty #iheartglobalhealth
Dr. Boyd showing his love for global health #iheartglobalhealth #DGHI #duke #professor
Happy Valentine's Day from Duke Global Health Institute #love #globalhealth #iheartglobalhealth #sharethelove #DGHI

We're excited to share that DGHI faculty member Brandon Kohrt co-edited the book "Global Mental Health: Anthropological Perspectives" with Emily Mendenhall from Georgetown University. The book will be released in March ... stay tuned for more details! Congrats, Brandon!

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www.dukesead.org

DGHI students: Put your problem-solving skills to the test in the upcoming SEAD Case Competition, a unique opportunity for grad and undergrad students to work together in teams to tackle real-time challenges facing an innovative health care initiative in the developing world. Please let the communications team know if you apply!

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http://today.duke.edu/2015/02/jensonfhi

Congratulations to Deborah Jenson, DGHI faculty member who's been appointed as the new director of Duke's Franklin Humanities Institute! http://bit.ly/1DUk9vL

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http://dukeforward.duke.edu/value-of-a-duke-education

Thinking about attending Duke? Hear what Duke students and alumni have to say about what makes Duke so special.

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Led by Buz Waitzkin, JD, LLM, Deputy Director of Science & Society

Don't miss the Duke Science & Society Roundtable re: quarantining Ebola health workers & allowing unvaccinated kids in public schools 2/26, 12-1, lunch provided http://bit.ly/1DTAgtq

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http://event.switchpointideas.com/contest

Duke global health students: Get your innovation on -- enter the SwitchPoint Youth Contest! Deadline 4/6. If you enter, please let us know!

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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