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Global Health is a Focus of $3.25B 'Duke Forward' Campaign
Duke officials on Saturday announced the launch of a $3.25 billion fundraising campaign whose strategic goals include enriching the Duke experience, activating Duke's power for the world and sustaining the university's momentum. Global health is one of the highlighted areas for activating Duke's power for the world. Through the campaign, Duke seeks to extend the capacity of the Duke Global Health Institute to address global health challenges by adding faculty across the university and Duke Medicine, increasing its number of international partners and sites, bolstering its cross-campus research collaborations and expanding educational opportunities for students and medical residents. By investing in the people and programs that can move the world forward, alumni and friends can elevate Duke's role as a world-recognized leader in global health.
Blog Showcases People and Work Behind Duke Master of Science in Global Health
Students, alumni and faculty offer a unique lens into the Master of Science in Global Health at Duke with the launch of a new blog. " Inside the Duke Master of Science in Global Health" will highlight what students in the program are learning and how their work at the Duke Global Health Institute ensures that global health successes continue to outweigh the challenges.
Meet the 2012-2013 DGHI Student Council
The Duke Global Health Institute welcomes the largest and most diverse Student Council in its history, made up of 26 undergraduate and graduate students who are involved in global health on campus. Council members work alongside senior leadership at DGHI to guide student engagement and help enhance global health opportunities at Duke. The DGHI Student Council has been integral for offering ideas and feedback on DGHI's future direction and engaging the student body.