Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

Global Health Program in Tanzania

In this program, students go to Moshi, Tanzania, to study global health issues. During the first four weeks, they take a course at the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, where they work through a case study with Tanzanian medical students. The second half of the program focuses on service projects at nonprofits, hospitals and governmental agencies. The students learn how to read and analyze policy case studies as well as take their knowledge in global health to the field through their service placements. Both of these skills are essential for students who want to enter the global health field.

Grant Recipients

  • Courtney Carr ’18, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Lyndsey Dyer ’19, College of Arts and Sciences
  • Zaynub Ibrahim ’19, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Meghan McKenzie ’19, College of Human Ecology

Community-Engaged Student Travel Grants

Funding students who are spending winter or summer break participating in community-based research activities or service-learning projects.

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