DGHI and Duke Kunshan University professors recently wrapped up the 8th annual 2-week PKU-Duke Global Health Certificate Program at the Duke Kunshan campus. The program aims to raise awareness of global health issues among Chinese health professionals.
In today's blog post, Noor Tasnim, class of 2018 and global health major, considers how something as simple as “¡Buenos días!” can help foster relationships. Tasmin is part of the SRT Guatemala team working to research health disparities and improve health outcomes with the indigenous Maya community.
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Priyanka Venkannagari, class of 2017 and global health minor, reflects on gender differences in entrepreneurship in Brazil in her latest blog post. Venkannagari is currently in Brazil conducting research on this theme and interviewing successful female entrepreneurs.
"Our vision is that DMC [Duke Mentor Connect] will become a digital professional development resource and mentorship program aimed at bringing individualized resources to graduate students and postdocs." Learn more about the project and how two of our MSc-GH students, Sulzhan Bali ('16) and Yujung Choi ('18), participated: