LATE REGISTRATION AVAILABLE THROUGH APRIL 20, 2020
Participants may come from any disciplinary background, and from any stage of their academic career. Faculty, staff, and administrators who are interested in the role of global public health as a rich learning tool to prepare undergraduate students for complex, highly inter-connected and globalized world as both professionals and educated citizens are encouraged to attend.
Criteria for Participation in the Summer Institute:
Participants should be educators who have responsibilities in higher education related to Global Health.
Participants will represent a diversity of perspectives, disciplines, and ability to engage in an inclusive fashion.
Institutional teams are welcome to apply and work jointly on a single curricular project.
Participants are asked to bring a course, assignment, or curriculum design or revision to work on during the Summer Institute.
Participants will have the opportunity to:
Develop a novel global health course or modify an existing course
Gain tools to assess and strengthen their institution’s undergraduate curricular programming in global health
Focus on the challenges and benefits of domestic and international experiential curriculum and reflect on ways to strengthen programming to improve student learning and community partnerships
Engage educators from a variety of disciplines and institutions and explore collaborations both at the course and curricular level
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Application & Acceptance Process
Instructions for Application:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and applicants will be notified within one month of submission.
APPLICANT PROJECT: In the application, each applicant is asked to specify which course, assignment, or program curriculum they plan to focus on during the Summer Institute. This will allow us to design workshop sessions to align with the needs and interests of our unique group of participants. You will be asked to upload a description of your course (new course development or course assignment, module, or structural revision), or curricular goals (experiential learning, assessment, program design or evaluation) that you intend to work on during the Institute. SAVE as a *.PDF file upload <PROJECT_LASTNAME.PDF>
In addition, the application includes a brief applicant biography and "statement of purpose" describing what you hope to gain from this experience.
APPLICANT BIO: Briefly describe your own (inter)disciplinary interests related to global health. If accepted, this brief bio of your work related to global health teaching or scholarship would be shared with other participants. Length: ~100 words. Write your response in a separate file, then SAVE as a *.PDF file for upload <BIO_LASTNAME.PDF>.
APPLICANT GOALS: Please provide a brief description of what you hope to get out of this summer institute as an individual and what you hope your institution can gain by your participation. Write your response (500 words or less) in a separate file, then SAVE as a *.PDF file for upload. <GOALS_LASTNAME.PDF>
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Present a Poster
Submit a poster abstract! We are particularly interested to hear about your institution's program, unique course innovations related to global health, and creative ways that your institution has found to integrate global health themes into the undergraduate curriculum and co-curriculum. We will have a poster and networking session one evening of the workshop. Participants are not required to present, but it may be a useful way to share information about your unique population, program, curriculum, or community engaged projects.
Directions for submitting your abstract:
Access the Poster Abstract form by clicking here
Abstract must include Poster Title, Author(s), Author(s)' Title, and Institutional Affiliation(s)
Abstract must be < 250 words.
Email your abstract to: Dr. Caryl Waggett <>.
The subject of your email should read: Summer Institute 2020: Poster Abstract for <last name>
Poster Criteria: Posters should be no larger than 36" x 48". Easel stands will be available for either vertical or horizontal presentation. Participants can bring their poster either in paper or fabric format.
Registration Fees: The fee to attend the 2020 Summer Institute is $500. The cost of late registration (after March 1, 2020) will be $575. Registration fees include single bedroom lodging, all meals, all resources and materials, and costs for running the conference. Participants will be charged at time of acceptance to secure their space. Registration fees may be paid securely online after acceptances have been awarded.
Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from the workshop. All travel costs are to be covered in full by the participant.
Scholarships: If the registration fee is a burden for you / your Institution, and it otherwise prohibits your participation, please consider applying for a scholarship. We are able to provide a small number of scholarships to cover part of the registration fees. We will review scholarship requests in two cycles (Feb 28, 2020 and Mar 30, 2020). Scholarship applications will be made available after acceptance notices have gone out.
Applicants must be accepted before payment can be submitted.