Global Health Equity Scholars is a year-long, paid program for students across disciplines to gain skills and apply their knowledge toward health equity, both globally and locally. Students support innovative research, learn alongside a multi-sector cohort, and build networks across faculty and students. This program brings together students and faculty from across Johns Hopkins -- from the Cary Business School to the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences to the Applied Physics Laboratory -- for the purpose of advancing health equity is now accepting applications.
The deadline to apply is Monday, September 17, 2018.
Health equity - the fair achievement and capability for good health and wellbeing; is multidimensional and complex. Lasting solutions demand innovation and inspiration from the arts, humanities, sciences, economics, and other sectors working in concert.
This is a fantastic university-wide opportunity for JHU students at all schools! Applications close Monday, September 17, 2018. For more information, including FAQs and how to apply, visit https://www.ahealthierworld.jhu.edu/student-scholars-details-1.